Bianca is a civil litigator, who represents individuals and business entities in a wide variety of matters including insurance coverage and bad faith litigation, employment law, and medical malpractice. Bianca assists with all phases of litigation including discovery, analysis of legal issues, and drafting motions.
During law school, Bianca was a Public Interest Designation Fellow, secretary of the Black Law Students Association, a member of the Boston College Pro Bono Program, and served as a clinical student in the Boston College Innocence Program where she advocated on behalf of Massachusetts state prisoners seeking relieve from wrongful convictions. Bianca also served as a summer law clerk for the Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana where she worked on post-conviction appeals of death-sentenced inmates.
Prior to attending law school, Bianca was a Guns and Crime Policy Intern at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C.
- Obtained defense verdict in Massachusetts Small Claims Trial for a national retailer in a commercial breach of contract claim against a limited liability corporation
- Obtained summary judgment in favor of national retailer in a premises liability lawsuit in Massachusetts District Court
- Secured a favorable determination from the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination for a corporate client facing allegations of gender and age discrimination by its former employee
- Boston College Law School, J.D.
- Florida State University, B.S. (Criminology)
Bianca served as a directors’ and officers’ law clerk in private practice where she conducted legal research on insurance liability coverage for chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, 10b-5 securities class actions, and sexual assault class actions.
- Massachusetts Bar Association