Mandy’s practice focuses on holding powerful institutions to account in complex civil litigation matters involving antitrust, competition, privacy, and civil and human rights disputes. Mandy earned her J.D. from Duke University School of Law, where she was an academic writer and legal historical researcher, with a focus on the civil rights era, the pernicious conservative origins of the Chicago School Economics and its impact on the American antitrust doctrine, and race, poverty, and law. Additionally, Mandy externed as a judicial law clerk at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia with the Honorable Royce C. Lamberth.
Before law school, Mandy worked for several years as a full-stack software engineer, programming mobile and web applications. She worked with several small tech start-ups, tackling diverse issues, such as food justice and sustainability, educational access, and animal welfare.
Working towards a diverse, equitable, and inclusive world is paramount to Mandy who is an active member of our LGBTQ+ Alliance working group.
Duke University School of Law, J.D., 2022
Binghamton University, State University of New York, B.S., Computer Science, B.A. Creative Writing, 2015
District of Columbia
Member, American Bar Association - Antitrust Section (2022)
Student Leader and Co-Founder, Duke Law Anti-Racism Project, in collaboration with the Duke Center on Law, Race and Politics (2020-2021)
Legal Observer, National Lawyers Guild (2020-2022)
Access to Justice Technology Fellow, Duke Center on Law and Technology (2020)
Workshop Leader and Community Outreach Coordinator, The Beat Within at Rivarde Juvenile Detention Center (2018-2019)
- "FTC says to ignore its previous guidance about PBMs," Lexology (originally published in H.Comp.Bull. (Autumn 2023)), Co-Authored with Theodore F. DiSalvo