Chandler Culwell is currently in her second year at the University of Miami School of Law and is a valuable addition to the legal team in her role as Summer Law Clerk at The Moskowitz Law Firm.
Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Chandler attended Auburn University (B.A., 2017) and received her undergraduate degree in French and International Trade, with a minor in Business. During her time at Auburn, she served in leadership roles for organizations focused on mentorship, as well as community-oriented diversity initiatives.
Additionally, Chandler served as a Research Assistant for Dr. Ralph Kingston, the university's Associate Professor of European History. Her research with the History Department concentrated on Napoleon Bonaparte and the impact of his scientific commission’s field work in Egypt during the early 19th century.
After completing her last semester of college at Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre in Paris, France, where she studied French Language and Literature, Chandler moved to Miami to pursue her J.D. at the University of Miami School of Law.
As a first-year law student, Chandler received the Dean’s Certificate of Achievement, an honor awarded to the top students in each course, for her performance in Torts, additionally earning a spot on the Dean’s List. During her second year, Chandler will work with Miami Law’s award-winning Professional Responsibility and Ethics Program, which affords students the opportunity to conduct Continuing Legal Education (CLE) trainings on topics in ethics for the legal community.
University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 2020
Auburn University, B.A., 2017
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