Arrion graduated with a B.A. in government from the College of William and Mary, where she was scheduling chair for Every 2 Minutes and an admission tour guide. Following her undergraduate studies, Arrion earned a Master of Education in Educational Leadership with a concentration in higher education administration. At William & Mary Law, Arrion is Editor-in-Chief for the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team, undergraduate outreach chair for the Black Law Students Association, graduate student representative for the Student Assembly Reform Board, and graduate student representative for the Commencement Policy Committee. Arrion spent summer 2013 as an intern for the Virginia529 College Savings Plan Office of General Counsel. During summer 2014, Arrion was a summer associate for Williams Mullen in Richmond, Virginia.
Her Own Words
"William & Mary is a place where professors care about your academic, professional, and personal success and go out of their way to form relationships and mentor their students. Here, I have also developed strong bonds with my fellow students and formed relationships I know I will carry with me long after I leave the institution. Many of William & Mary’s best qualities are intangible characteristics not easily quantified: its strong sense of camaraderie, its commitment to the academic and professional development of its students, and its ability to instill in its students, faculty, and staff the value of contributing and bettering the overall community."