As an Associate at Brown, Paindiris & Scott, my practice is dedicated to all areas of family and matrimonial law. My practice includes matters related to divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, post-divorce modifications, adoption, and domestic violence. My goal is to help individuals move past their divorce and create better futures.
I am a graduate from Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University (2021), where I focused my studies on women, gender, and the law. While in law school, I spent two semesters externing at the New York Legal Aid Society, assisting low-income individuals in their divorce proceedings. For another semester, I externed at the Pace Family Court Legal Program, representing domestic violence survivors in their temporary restraining orders. I also have experience evaluating the best interest of the child during my experience at the Connecticut Children’s Law Center. I served as president of Pace’s Women’s Association of Law Students and the Jewish Law Student Association.
I hold a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, in Santa Cruz (2018). During undergraduate, I wrote a paper on the resiliency of children in their parents’ divorce, and I presented at a psychology conference on microagressions in the college atmosphere.
I am a member of the Hartford County and Connecticut Bar Associations.