Mariah joined Loevy & Loevy as a Justice Fellow in 2019.
Mariah graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 2019, and Harvard College in 2014. During law school, she primarily worked in the Civil Rights and Police Accountability Clinic, where she assisted on groundbreaking class action litigation against the Chicago Police Department’s patterns and practices of excessive force and racially discriminatory policing. Additionally, Mariah completed clinical, summer and pro bono work in the areas of indigent defense, immigration law, prisoners’ rights, and LGBT+ rights. For her clinical and pro bono work, she received pro bono honors as well as the Edwin F. Mandel Award, which is given to students who make exceptional contributions to the Law School’s legal aid clinic.
- Illinois, 2019
University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, Illinois
• J.D., 2019
• Pro Bono Honors
• Edwin F. Mandel Award
Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts
• A.B., cum laude,2014
• High Honors in History and Literature