Sophia graduated with honors from William & Mary Law School in May 2012 and is working with Cultural Heritage Partners as a William & Mary Post-Graduate Public Service Fellow. She is admitted to practice law in North Carolina. During her law school summers, Sophia interned for The Scowcroft Group, an international business advisory firm led by former National Security Advisor General Brent Scowcroft, and at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in its Brussels office. At William & Mary, she received the Dean’s Certificate Award for initiating and leading significant community projects and the CALI Award for Excellence in National Security Law. Sophia was the Managing Editor of the William & Mary Business Law Review during its first year as an accredited journal, and her student note, The Bloody Truth: Examining America’s Blood Industry and its Tort Liability, was selected for publication. Sophia was a research associate for LexisNexis, the Vice President of the International Law Society, and on the Executive Board of the Bone Marrow Drive. Prior to law school, she worked as a legal assistant for Davis Polk & Wardwell’s Capital Markets Group and for King Street Capital Management, L.P. Sophia earned her Bachelor’s Degree in History from the University of Virginia, where she was an Echols Scholar. She is interested in cultural preservation, international trade and intellectual property.
Digital Paralegal Services, LLC
Cultural Heritage Partners has partnered with Cathy Ribble and Digital Paralegal Services, LLC to provide our attorneys with top quality paralegal support. Cathy is a senior level paralegal with 15 years experience in traditional law firms who decided to take her skills to the virtual world in 2009, founding Digital Paralegal Services. She conquered the two-day comprehensive exam sponsored by the National Association of Legal Assistants to achieve certification early in her career and again in 2009. In 2011 she achieved Advanced Certified Paralegal status with in the area of Trial Practice.