New York Law School
Ellie Sanders is a California native who since has lived, worked and studied in Italy, Canada, England, Israel and New York. Ellie joined Romano Law as a Spring Extern in 2022 and continues with the Romano team as a Law Clerk.
Ellie is a Dean’s Scholar student at New York Law School, where she is a Notes and Comments Editor of the Law Review, an Affiliate of the Innovation Center for Law and Technology and a Member of the Media, Entertainment and Fashion Law Association.
Ellie earned her undergraduate degree from McGill University in Political Science and Economics. Ellie completed her master’s studies at the London School of Economics, graduating with merit distinction. Since then, Ellie has worked for a global fashion house, a nonprofit and a boutique law firm in New York City.
On the weekends, Ellie loves to explore New York City on foot, eat dim sum and go to the movies.
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