Became a Lawyer for the People...


I became an attorney for the sole purpose of helping the Black community. Not long after beginning my legal career journey did I realize the greatest threat to the Black community was the attack on the Black Family. Since then, I've devoted countless hours to learning the ends and outs of the legal system, particularly in how it pertains to our children and families.

Having worked three years as a child welfare attorney, and 2 years as a civil rights attorney, I'm devoted to applying my legal experience to helping solve real world problems Black parents, children and families face.


Slippery Rock University

Bachelor in Political Science, Philosophy, 2013

University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Juris Doctor, 2016

Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Master of Laws in Child and Family Law, 2017




Maryland Bar

Washington DC Bar

Child Welfare Law Specialist

Happy clients


Doloress K.

Therapy has really helped me overcome some past trauma I had been keeping under a lid for a long time. Now, I feel happier and more confident in my life, and feel like I can walk with my head held high.

Anthony M.

Coming from a competitive sports background, the injury that ended up making me give up my career was a hard blow. With therapy, I was able to start building my identity around other things than just sport.

Miron Z.

After the birth of my second child, my post-partum depression kicked in hard. I was having a hard time coping, but thanks to therapy I was slowly able to take care of myself, my family, and my mental health.

Susan R.

As an ex-alcoholic, group therapy helped me understand the pain and pressure I was putting my family under with my addiction, and eventually change my ways for good.