I joined Goldfarb PLLC after serving as an extern for the Office of the United States Trustee in Dallas, Texas. Under the supervision of Trial Attorney Nancy S. Resnick, I contributed to the Program’s mission of promoting the efficiency and protecting the integrity of the federal bankruptcy system by reviewing bankruptcy petitions for abuse, assisting trial attorneys in their preparation for creditor meetings, and drafting bankruptcy court documents.
I earned my Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Texas Tech University School of Law after receiving a Bachelor of Arts cum laude with honors from Brandeis University.
While a law student at Texas Tech, I served as a judicial intern in the 44th Civil District Court of Dallas County for the Honorable Bonnie L. Goldstein and earned the Top Grade Award in Wills & Trusts and a Distinction Award in Commercial Law. I was also awarded the John C. Akard Scholarship, a scholarship funded by the West Texas Bankruptcy Bar organization.
I am admitted to practice in Texas and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
- Dallas Bar Association
- State Bar of Texas Bankruptcy Law Section
- Dallas Fort Worth Association of Young Bankruptcy Lawyers