Brooke Thompson, an Atlanta native, graduated summa cum laude from Georgia State University in 2015 with a Bachelors in English and a minor in Political Science. She graduated from The George Washington University Law School in 2019 as a Dean Scholar and a fellow of GW Law’s Corporate Law and Governance Initiative. During law school, Brooke served as the Student Director of the Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics while temporary licensed as a Student Attorney with the Small Business and Community Economic Development Clinic. She was an executive board member of The Federal Communications Law Journal where she served as a Notes Editor, and of the Equal Justice Foundation where she served as the Vice President of Stipends. Brooke also served on the 51st National Black Law Students Association Board of Directors as the Assistant Director of Mock Trial, and as the Alumni Chair of her local BLSA chapter. Brooke was a judicial intern to the Honorable Anne Elizabeth Barnes, Presiding Judge of the Georgia Court of Appeals and a law clerk at the Fulton County District Attorney’s office in Atlanta, GA. Brooke also worked as a law clerk in-house. Brooke enjoys cooking and traveling whenever she gets the chance.