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Neena is an Amazon Best-Seller for #DearFutureLawyer

Neena is an Amazon Best-Seller for #DearFutureLawyer

Nice!

Just picked up some media coverage about my book launch coming up in just a few days, check this out!

https://authoritypresswire.com/neena-r-speer-trademark-attorney-interviewed-about-her-new-book-release-dear-future-lawyer-an-intimate-survival-guide-for-the-minority-female-law-student/

Stay tuned, my Marketing Team is almost ready to announce the Book Launch and I’ll definitely need your help so it can hit as high as possible in the Amazon rankings!

Thank you in advance!

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Amani is the manager of @DearFutureLawyer, @nrspeerlawfirmllc, and @takingalunchwithNeena Instagram pages. She is a native of McCalla, Alabama, and attended Oglethorpe University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies with a minor in French. Previously, in her undergraduate career, she has served as a student mentor for students at DeKalb Path Academy Charter School. She has also worked as an intern for Congresswoman Terri Sewell and Congresswoman Tlaib as a part of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Emerging Leaders program. She has completed many service projects including writing a children’s book in French for Books for Benin, which is a project which assists with bringing books to children in Africa. Amani is also a member of Epsilon Iota Psi Sorority, a local organization at Oglethorpe University. Currently, she is working as a receptionist at a law firm in Birmingham, Alabama and plans to pursue a law school education in the future.

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Alayah Washington, Law Firm Intern

Alayah has been a sports fan for as long as she can remember. She loves to bring people together through sports and would like to do this at the highest level as a sports agent. During her time at Jacksonville State University, she has served in positions that have allowed her to work in her campus community, mentor students, and keep sports at the forefront. Alayah understands the importance of experience and mentorship in regard to the path towards success. She is looking forward to learning and growing as much as possible with the Neena R. Speer Law Firm.

Neena R Speer Law Firm LLC -Blog Writer - Jeneen Beck

Jeneen Beck, Blog Writer

Jeneen has served 20 years in education. Her mentorship and learning started at the age of three when she learned to play the Suzuki violin. As a doctoral candidate at George Washington University, her passion is equity and excellence. She serves as an Achievement Specialist for School Culture and a licensed trainer for the International Institute of Restorative Practices. Jeneen is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and a graduate of Howard University with an M.S and B.S. in Biology. She inspires all to learn, empower, act, and dream. A mom, a mentor to many, and a child of God. Inspired by the resilience of her mother, supported by a “village”, trained by “Legacy Leaders” Jeneen inspires all to learn, empower, act, and dream.

Neena R Speer Law Firm LLC - Intern - Kyndal Pointer

Kyndal Pointer, Law Firm Intern

Kyndal has been engaged in community service and activism since she was 10 years old. Her passion for politics, policy, education, and women’s rights stemmed from the early discovery of money laundering and embezzlement from the school’s superintendent when she was 5th grade. In her community, women were treated as second class citizens, the educational system was poor, and politicians were corrupt, this has motivated Kyndal Pointer to be the change that she seeks and stand up against these injustices. The experiences of her childhood have served as inspiration to the right thing and always be a helping hand to those in need. As a senior, Political Science major and Community Development minor, she has made an impact on her college campus by establishing her own student organization, being a mentor, and being in several leadership positions in other campus organizations and student councils. She looks forward to being a Legal Intern at Neena R. Speer Law Firm, which will help continue to lay the foundation of social change and equity.

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