Co-President, Latin American Law Students Association
Brooklyn Law School
Brooklyn, New York
Ana A. Núñez Cárdenas is a third year student at Brooklyn Law School. She is a member of the Brooklyn Law Review and will be published in 2018. Ana is also a member of the Moot Court Honor Society Appellate Division and will be competing in Vienna, Austria in March 2018. Ana is also the Co-President of the Latin American Law Students Association for the second consecutive year. As a first year law student Ana was a delegate for the Auction Committee of Brooklyn Law Students for the Public Interest. She is also a 2016 NYC Bar Diversity Fellow, and she interned at the New York County District Attorney’s Office in the Quality of Life Unit and Special Narcotics.
Prior to law school, Ana worked for the East Hampton School District as a community liaison with the goal of increasing the participation of Hispanic Families in K-12 education. She also volunteered as an Emergency Technician Medic and Firefighter in her local fire department.
Ana is a Millennium Gates Scholar and attended Columbia University. She graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Economics, and a concentration in Latin American Studies. As the President of the Organization of Latin American Students, she spearheaded efforts to increase diversity and recognition of the Latin American student body at Columbia University. She was born and raised in Ambato, Ecuador. Ana also studied at Universidad San Francisco in Quito, Ecuador, and worked for the Provincial Government of Tungurahua as a consultant for a year. Ana was a summer associate at Winston & Strawn in 2017 and will be returning in 2018.