Rochelle Williams ’15 is currently providing pro bono legal services to pro se filers at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia. She is currently attending The George Washington University Law School earning an LL.M in business and finance law. Rochelle recently passed the Florida bar and was sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Thomas. She is interning under the Honorable Judge Leon at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. If you would like to speak with Rochelle, please contact her at (912) 695-0996 or rbwilliams@law.gwu.edu. To view more alumni spotlight stories, click here.

 

Please list your professional organizations, awards/recognition, or other background information that may be helpful to display regarding your work or personal life. I provide pro bono legal services to pro se filers at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia. I am currently attending The George Washington University Law School earning an LL.M in business and finance law. I recently passed the Florida bar and was sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Thomas. I am interning under the Honorable Judge Leon at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. .
What is your favorite Coastal memory? I really enjoyed my time at Coastal Law. My most memorable moment was Barristers Ball my 1L year and study abroad in France and the Cayman Islands.
What is your proudest professional moment? My swearing in, and when I received my offer letter for my internship at the U.S. District Court.
What is on your bookshelf? Mergers & Acquisitions, Bankruptcy Codes, Securities Regulations, and Competition Laws.
What advice do you have for someone considering law school? Attend law school because you are passionate about it, study like you want to pass the bar, learn as much as possible, and stay focused.
Who did you call when you found out you passed the bar? All my friends and my family!

 

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