Lauren grew up on Long Island and graduated summa cum laude in 2019 from the College of William & Mary with a double major in History and Hispanic Studies. She was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Alpha Theta and was awarded the Richard Lee Morton Scholarship from the History department.
While at William & Mary she studied in Italy, Argentina, and Guatemala and interned at the Comisión Provincial por la Memoria in La Plata, Argentina as well as with the National Security Archive in Washington, D.C. After graduating she joined the Peace Corps as an English co-teacher in Costa Rica where she co-planned and co-taught classes at a Technical Professional High School.
Since 2020 she has worked and volunteered with multiple organizations including the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society in Richmond, VA where she assisted on various types of cases often supporting Spanish-speaking clients.
Lauren is excited to continue to pursue her interest in the interconnection of people, cultures, governments, and legal systems at Georgetown Law. She is fluent in Spanish and intermediate in Italian. In her free time, she enjoys learning languages, traveling, reading, playing basketball and tennis, and spending time with her two tuxedo cats.