Hunter College, B.A., summa cum laude
Alice Darakhchava earned her Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Hunter College, from which she graduated summa cum laude in 2021. She minored in Spanish and was involved with the Pre-Law Society and Model United Nations. Alice hopes to attend law school and practice Entertainment and Intellectual Property law in the future. She also hopes to provide pro-bono representation and consultation for artists, dancers, musicians and performers who would benefit from these services.
Alice works as a paralegal at Romano Law, bringing her law and nonprofit experience to the team. In her free time, Alice enjoys taking dance classes, particularly ballet classes, and has been dancing ballet for more than 15 years. When she is not dancing herself, she enjoys attending dance performances and other theater events.
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