Inma is an Associate within Frost Brown Todd’s Public Finance Practice Group. She served as a Summer Associate at Frost Brown Todd, where she focused on compliance and regulatory matters.
Prior to this, Inma gathered valuable work experience in the legal industry. She worked as a Business Immigration and Corporate Paralegal at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP and as a Paralegal at Bartlett Weigle Co., L.P.A. Inma also served as an Extern with the office of General Counsel to the city of Cincinnati which gave her valuable insight into the inner workings of local governments.
In law school, Inma was Social Justice fellow at the Nathaniel R. Jones Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice, where she engaged in various academic activities, including researching current social justice issues, participating in scholarly and community activities. Inma was an executive member of the Intellectual Property and Computer Law Journal and has been published twice.
University of Cincinnati College of Law, J.D. 2023, cum laude
Miami University (Ohio), B.A. Majors International Studies, English Literature; Minors in Economics, French, 2018, cum laude
CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Federal Income Tax, CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Employment Based Immigration
College of Law Dean’s Honors List (2021-2023)
Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center, Board Member
Losing Dignity: Eroding Privacy Rights of Immigrants in Technology-based Immigration Enforcement, 6 U. Cin. Intell. Prop. & Computer L.J. (2022)
The Importance of Being Earnestly Innovative: The Increasing Role of Intellectual Property Law in the Global Economy, 6 U. Cin. Intell. Prop. & Computer L.J. (2021)