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Co-op 1

Greater Boston Legal Services, Boston

On her first co-op, Ingrid wrote a booklet, “Know Your Legal Rights,” specifically for immigrant workers.


Public Interest Law Scholar

As a result of her commitment to social justice, Ingrid received the law school’s most generous and prestigious scholarship.


  • Latin American Law Students Association
  • Massachusetts Employment Law Association (founder of NUSL chapter)

Co-op 2

US District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Boston

Ingrid honed her legal writing skills on this co-op, drafting summary judgment decisions for Judge Patti Saris.


Poverty Law and Practice Clinic

Ingrid represented several clients in unemployment hearings, where she learned how to cross-examine.

Co-op 3

Segal Roitman, Boston

Ingrid credits this co-op with introducing her “to what it means to be a union lawyer.”

Co-op 4

Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Boston

Ingrid researched the potential employment application of newly enacted U-Visas and helped to launch a CORI reform project.

After graduation

Staff Attorney, Greater Boston Legal Services, Employment Unit, Boston


General Counsel, Service Employees International Union, Local 615, Boston


A creative thinker who advocates for low-wage, immigrant workers.