Lorraine is an Associate in Dilworth Paxson’s Litigation group, representing clients in both civil and criminal matters in the Philadelphia office.
Immediately prior to joining Dilworth, Lorraine clerked for the Honorable Lavenski Smith, Chief Judge of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and for the Honorable Wendy Beetlestone of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. During her clerkships, Lorraine worked on a variety of complex civil and criminal cases.
While in law school, Lorraine competed with the Black Law Students’ Association’s Moot Court Team and served as a legal writing teaching assistant.
Prior to law school, Lorraine completed a US Teaching Assistantship through Fulbright Austria. She received her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of law and a B.A. in German Language and Medieval & Renaissance Studies with honors from Washington & Lee University.
Currently, Lorraine serves as a volunteer pardon coach with Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity, helping individuals obtain pardons from the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons.