Nonye Ukoh serves as one of our Legal Interns. She is in her second year at The George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C, where she is a member of The Federal Circuit Bar Journal and the Black Law Students Association.
Nonye also has a Bachelor of Arts degree from The George Washington University in Criminal Justice, where she was a member of the Luther Rice Society.
Previously, Nonye served as a Legal Intern for the National Center on Protection Orders for Full Faith and Credit in Arlington, Virginia, where she conducted legal research on issues of Tribal Sovereignty and Domestic Violence. She also was a Legal Intern for the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, assisting the Assistant Attorneys General of the Civil Litigation and Public Safety/Criminal Division on a wide variety of matters.
Nonye graduated high school when she was 15 and earned her Bachelor’s degree at age 19.
When she is not working or studying, Nonye enjoys volunteering and various community service involvement.