Lalah, a Nagoya, Japan native, is one of My RIA Lawyer’s Associate Attorneys.
She graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Japanese, and from the University of Miami School of Law. Before attending law school, Lalah worked as an assistant and paralegal in Portland, acquiring over five years of experience in the legal field in various practice areas. In her time at law school, the Dean Merits Scholarship recipient worked for boutique law firms and clerked for the Honorable Senior Judge Donald L. Graham of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and is a member of the Black Law Students Association.
In her time outside of the law school bubble, Lalah enjoys spending time with her 8-month old labradoodle pup, cooking and baking, virtual happy hours with family and friends, and boxing from home to channel her inner Laila Ali.
Lalah focuses on arbitration, regulatory defense, private fund formations and cryptocurrency.