Stephanie is a 3L from Shreveport, Louisiana, and the Law Review’s Managing Editor. In 2019, she graduated from Mississippi State University with degrees in Political Science and Sociology. At Mississippi State, Stephanie had the honor of being a Presidential Endowed Scholar, a member of Phi Kappa Phi, and was selected as a 2018 Truman Scholar Finalist. Outside of Law Review, Stephanie is a member of the Moot Court Board, a teaching assistant for Professor Steffey’s Criminal Law class, a research assistant for Professor Henkel and Professor Rosenblatt, and a writing fellow for LAC III (Appellate Advocacy). In addition, she has also earned six American Jurisprudence Awards. Stephanie’s Comment advocating for a survivor-centered approach to immigrant human trafficking legislation was selected for publication in Volume 40. This summer, Stephanie worked as a Summer Associate at Cook, Yancey, King, and Galloway in Shreveport, Louisiana. When not in class, Stephanie can be found grabbing coffee with friends or getting back to her Louisiana roots by cooking a Cajun dish in the kitchen!