Biography

Before I joined Zimmerman Jones Booher in 2015, my career had already been centered on appellate work and oral advocacy. While at S.J. Quinney College of Law, I excelled on the National Moot Court team and won several writing awards. I studied comparative legal theory and international human rights at Cornell Law School in Paris.

My internship with the Appellate Division of the U.S. Attorney in Utah allowed me to hone my skills in the appeals court. I also worked for Judge Peterson of the Third District of Utah, gaining experience at the trial level and insight into strategies than can affect a client’s chances on appeal. At both the trial and appellate level, I have worked on a diverse range of cases from family law to contract disputes to criminal law. When working with clients, I strive to meet their needs and exceed their expectations with compassionate, efficient, and thoughtful advocacy.