Joscelyn Solomon is from Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. She graduated in 2016 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she double majored in Political Science and Sociology and minored in African, African-American, and Diaspora Studies. Joscelyn then matriculated into the University of North Carolina School of Law where, as a 1L, she served as the 1L Class Representative for BLSA and a member of the BLSA Mock Trial Team, competed in the Kilpatrick Townsend 1L Mock Trial Competition, and volunteered with the UNC Innocence Project, the Lawyer on the Line Expunction Clinic, and the annual winter and spring break pro bono trips. After her first year of law school, Joscelyn spent her summer in Washington, DC in the Office of Chief Counsel of the Federal Highway Administration within the United States’ Department of Transportation. In her second year of law school, Joscelyn will serve as a competing member of the Holderness Moot Court Civil Rights Team and a staff member on the First Amendment Law Review Journal. Joscelyn is interested in litigation, including labor & employment, civil rights, and government investigation & white-collar crime.