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Meet our team

Justice For All

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Client Care Specialist
Ameena Chaudhry

 

Ameena Chaudhry received her Bachelor's degrees in English and Gender, Women's, & Sexuality Studies from the University of Iowa. During this time, she was actively involved in creative writing, public relations, and mentoring through several student organizations.

Ameena taught Pre-K for two years in Kansas City, MO, through Teach for America. This experience piqued her interest in public policy and the accessibility of legal services to underserved populations. Ameena has worked as a policy intern for MO State Senator Lauren Arthur and as a research assistant for Kids First Law Center in Cedar Rapids, IA.

In her free time, Ameena can be found making and drinking coffee, doing yoga, re-reading her favorite Young Adult novels, and spending time with her partner and three cats. Ameena believes in authenticity, empathy, and creativity, and insists upon finding joy in the little things. 

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Paula Rainford
Case Manager

 

Paula Rainford manages the Firm's day-to-day operations by managing case files, investigations, data collection, evidence gathering, drafting, and filing various pleadings in state and federal courts.

Paula received her Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Temple University.  She obtained a Master’s in Accounting from Babson College and a paralegal certificate from Fairleigh Dickinson University. 

After working as a Project Manager in the corporate sector for nearly two decades, Paula transitioned to the legal field.  She has acquired impressive people skills honed through years of success working with a vastly diverse clientele.  She has developed a wealth of knowledge and expertise in personal injury and civil rights matters.  

Like Malcolm X, she too is for “truth no matter who tells it” and she is “for justice, no matter who it’s for or against”. She loves to serve and believes in building relationships one conversation at a time.

In her free time, Paula enjoys spending time with family and friends.  Paula can also be found enjoying the great outdoors with activities like hiking, biking, playing softball or volleyball.

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Summer Legal Intern
DeVun Stovall

 

DeVun Stovall is a law student attending Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, LA. He has aspirations of using his knowledge, experience and passion for advocacy to provide adequate representation and open doors for those who will come after him. 

 

DeVun received his Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science and a minor in African & African Diaspora Studies from Kennesaw State University. During his time there, DeVun was involved in numerous organizations that are primarily centered around providing a voice and safe space for minority and disenfranchised students. DeVun’s most notable accomplishment was successfully creating an organization on campus called “Distinguished Black Gentlemen.” and currently serves as an advisor to the organization. 

 

DeVun has experience as a legal intern, and has clerked in the Fulton County Superior Court under the Honorable Kimberly Esmond Adams.

 

In his free time, DeVun enjoys physical activities such as playing soccer, bowling, and exercising. DeVun also enjoys reading, and spending time with loved ones.

 

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Summer Legal Intern
Shaugnassy Williams-Bryant

Shaugnassy Williams-Bryant received her bachelor's degree in Criminology from Florida State University. During her time studying, Shaugnassy became engulfed in finding a solution for the inequality that existed in the criminal justice system.

Shaugnassy found that income, education, and race were key factors that often led to the level of justice one would be afforded. She committed to working in the communities that needed help the most to mentor and tutor children who could not afford it.

 

Shaugnassy served as a victim advocate, Guardian ad Litem, and did extensive work mentoring and tutoring elementary students in low income neighborhoods. Shaugnassy was deeply moved by the difference in books, laptops, cleanliness, and ultimately education found between; public schools found in low income neighborhoods, and those found in affluent neighborhoods. Her education, commitment to service, and experience curating solutions based on the needs of the customer led her to Civil Rights. Shaugnassy is devoted to advocating for equality in education, employment, and constitutional rights. 

 

In her free time, Shaugnassy enjoys trying new foods, cooking and going to the movies. One of Shaugnassy’s favorite things to do is spend quality time with friends and family.