Olivia is an associate in the Corporate and Securities and International groups. She represents national and international clients in complex commercial disputes.
Before law school, Olivia volunteered as a crisis counselor where she practiced active listening and collaborative problem solving. She also completed co-op programs with the Department of Justice and the Federal Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C. where she analyzed federal prisoner transfer treaties to recommend for or against the extradition of federal prisoners and aided attorneys in preparing for commitment hearings and providing care for indigent clients. This diversified background affords Olivia a unique, holistic, and client-centric perspective and approach to solving problems.
Recognition and Involvement
Recognition & Involvement
While in law school, Olivia was a Notes and Comments Editor for the Wake Forest Law Review and received awards for Best Overall Team and Best Overall Team Draft in the Fall 2019 Transactional Law Competition. Olivia also served as a teaching assistant for professors of Legal Writing and Evidence courses.
Bar and Court Admissions
Wake Forest University School of Law, JD, 2021
Northeastern University, BS, cum laude, 2018
News & Insights
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