Lamya earned a B.A in psychology from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, where she was a member of the Psi Chi honor society, the Muslim Student Association, and the International Club. At William & Mary, she is a notes editor for the William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, a general board member for the Public Service Fund, a graduate council representative for the Student Bar Association, and social chair for the Black Law Students Association. During summer 2013, she was a civil rights legal intern for the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Washington D.C. Lamya spent summer 2014 as an extern for the Honorable Judge Wilford Taylor Jr. in Hampton, Virginia.
Her Own Words
"My first day at law school I instantly felt that I made the right choice in career and school. Inspirational William & Mary Law professors and engaging and friendly students made me feel welcome. I quickly found a supportive, enthusiastic, and intellectually challenging community. Professional exposure and opportunities during my first two years surpassed all my expectations."