Philadelphia is a law graduate from, as you can probably guess, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She moved here in 2020, after spending years dreaming about Colorado. She received her undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University in 2015, and her Juris Doctorate from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2019.
Philadelphia began law school with an intent and passion to pursue family law due to several personal experiences in her own life. While in law school, she represented indigent clients in family law matters, interned for the Honorable Christopher Mallios in Philadelphia Family Court, interned at Women Against Abuse, and completed an externship representing older youth in foster care.
Following law school, Philadelphia began clerking for the same judge she had interned for while in school.
Philadelphia’s personal experiences in and out of law school make her a passionate advocate for Andersen Law PC’s clients. She believes that establishing and maintaining support systems are key to navigating the difficult, emotional issues in family law, and she profoundly connects with Andersen Law’s motto of “never hard a child.”
When Philadelphia is not in the office, she enjoys sticking her nose in a good book, snuggling with her two cats, Hades and Atlas, exploring her new home state with her boyfriend, and obnoxiously rooting for the Philadelphia Flyers (Sorry, Avalanche!).