Miriam Archibong is a litigation senior associate with knowledge on a variety of issues under state and regulatory law. Before joining the ﬁrm, Miriam served as a law clerk to the Hon. Raymond A. Jackson of the Eastern District of Virginia and interned with the Hon. Anne Barnes of the Georgia Court of Appeals.
Miriam received her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, where she served as the founding editor-in-chief of the Journal of Law & Public Aﬀairs and held multiple prestigious internships, including working with the White House Oﬃce of Public Engagement and the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
Miriam is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Spelman College, with honors in political science. Before law school, Miriam spent two years as a social studies teacher with Teach For America in Atlanta, and one year as a Fulbright research fellow in Singapore.
Miriam actively serves her community, working on a team appointed by the Hon. Kimberly Anderson in the State Court of DeKalb County to develop policy recommendations for eradicating human trafficking in Georgia. She also served on the Atlanta Board of Education’s Equity Task Force, which drafted the Atlanta Public Schools first equity policy.