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Laura Singer represents clients in a variety of complex litigation matters in state and federal courts. Her experience spans multiple stages of litigation and includes e-discovery, deposition preparation, and motions practice.

Prior to law school, Laura was a Teach for America Corps member. She continues to advocate for children through her pro bono service as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and handles custody matters in D.C. Superior Court through the Children's Law Center. She also represents individuals in asylum proceedings and volunteers at the Landlord Tenant Resource Center.


  • Salvadoran refugee obtains asylumJones Day obtained asylum for our client, a young Pentecostal Salvadoran woman who fled El Salvador to the United States in 2017 due to severe persecution.