Ongoing lawsuit brought by the NAACP challenging the City of Myrtle Beach’s imposition of severe traffic restrictions during Black Bike Week, the only weekend of the year where tourists are predominantly African American.
Ongoing class action challenge brought by Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and five individuals against local rent-to-own company alleging violations of the Fair Housing Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Truth in Lending Act, and state law for operation of a predatory and discriminatory rent-to-own housing program in Indianapolis area.
Ongoing litigation defending UNC-Chapel Hill's consideration of race in its admissions process. Successfully moved to intervene on behalf of diverse high-school and college students.
Design and construction litigation settled for $600,000 and retrofits to entirety of large apartment complex.
In 2016, Relman, Dane & Colfax settled the largest affordable housing accessibility case in the nation’s history, securing an important victory for people with disabilities in Los Angeles and adding at least 4,000 affordable and highly accessible housing units in the city.
Note, Life Without Parole: An Immigration Framework Applied to Potentially Indefinite Detention at Guantánamo Bay, 86 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1046 (2011).
In the Media
- WBTW News 13, 02.14.2019
- #BikingWhileBlack: NAACP and Black Motorcyclists Sue Myrtle Beach, SC, for Discrimination During ‘Black Bike Week’The Root, 05.25.2018
- The Post and Courier, 02.27.2018
- Los Angeles Times, 09.01.2016
J.D., New York University School of Law, cum laude
A.B., Harvard University
- District of Columbia
- Hon. Martha Craig Daughtrey, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
- Hon. Gladys Kessler, U.S. District Court, District of Columbia