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University of San Diego School of Law (2021, cum laude)
Rice University (2018, cum laude)
Licensed in the States of Colorado and New Mexico
National School Boards Association
New Mexico State Bar
Growing up in a family of public educators, Stephanie is passionate about providing legal advice and guidance to school districts. She focuses her legal practice on the representation of school districts in the areas of governance, students, and employment.
Stephanie earned her law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law, where she served as Vice President of Advocates for Children and Education, Vice President of the Public Interest Law Foundation, and Chair of Representatives for Youth in Academic Affairs. She was awarded the Dean’s Honor Scholarship, USD Law Student Leader Scholarship, and CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Special Education & Disability Law and Constitutional Law II. She was also named Outstanding Contributor to the California Regulatory Law Reporter.
Prior to law school, Stephanie attended Rice University, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Kinesiology and was a member of the Women’s Volleyball team. At Rice, Stephanie was named Women’s Volleyball Scholar Athlete of the Year and was awarded the inaugural Rice Volleyball Mendívil Award.
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