Ariel is a Senior at Howard University with an interest in Civil Rights law. She works with the Access Services and Technical Services Department maintaining the Law Library's social media pages, updating the library website, and updating government documents.
Alexia Green is a 3L student from Orlando, Florida. She is interested in corporate or finance law. On campus, she is a Staff Editor for The Howard Law Journal and a Teaching Assistant for Professor Alice Thomas.
Princess Jefferson is a current 3L here, at Howard University School of Law and is a native of Houston, Texas. Princess is interested in pursuing a law career in Civil Rights Law. During Summer 2022, she interned with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and served as NAACP LDF Marshall-Motley Inaugural Scholar at Howard School of Law.
Annissa Juste is a current 2L, hailing from Washington, D.C., with a keen interest in intellectual property, contracts, and data privacy. She looks forward to graduating and embarking on a fulfilling career at a law firm or within an esteemed in-house legal department. Her interests beyond the legal field include trying different cuisines, attending cultural events, and engaging in outdoor activities.
Dasia Moore is a 3L from Queens, NY. She has a passion for environmental justice and aspires to become a judge. She joined the Howard Law Library team as an LSA in summer 2022 and is honored to serve the law school community. She enjoys cooking vegan food and loves animals. You can come chat with her at the library circulation desk!
Jillian Lawrence is a 3L at Howard University School of Law. Prior to law school, she earned a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish from Temple University. Jillian has a passion for advocacy for marginalized and underserved communities, which continue to guide her pursuit of her J.D. at Howard. In her free time, she likes to travel and get lost in a good book (textbook not necessarily included).
Imanni Porter is a current 3L from Jacksonville, Fl. She attended Florida State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in English. At HUSL she is a member of the Howard Public Interest Society, Intellectual Property Student Association, Howard Law Academy, and a member of the award winning Huver I. Brown Trial Advocacy Moot Court Team. After graduation, she would like to be a litigator who works in either criminal law or intellectual property.
DeNashia Robinson is a native New Yorker with deep ties to Georgia. She has an interest in IP and Tax law as well as pursuing a career in higher education. As a LSA, her primary role in Access Services involves reading and processing government documents such as responding to prisoner mail.