Lauryn Robinson graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a B.A. in Spanish. As a lover of language and education, Lauryn is fluent in Spanish, French and English. While at UCLA Lauryn competed as a division 1 rower. Her efforts awarded her a Silver Medal at the PAC 12 Championships and a Gold Medal at the San Diego Crew Classic.
Upon graduation from UCLA, Lauryn matriculated into the Master of Science in Law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. There, she gained knowledge in data privacy, torts, contract negotiation, regulatory strategy and compliance, intellectual property, and employment law. Additionally, Lauryn conducted legal research using Westlaw, Lexis Nexis, and Bloomberg. Through the International Team Project course at Northwestern Law, she traveled to Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg to explore EU Data Privacy Law as well as the legal, cultural, political, and economic systems in these countries. At the end of her Master of Science in Law journey, she was very humbled to be selected as the graduation speaker for the 4th class of the MSL program.
Here is a link to Convocation Speech! https://sites.northwestern.edu/mslprogram/2018/05/14/convocation-2018/
Currently, Lauryn is a J.D. Candidate. She is a avid writer, reader, movie-goer and active member of SAG-AFTRA. She loves swimming, reading, hiking, yoga, and finding great Açai bowls.