Estella Park Riahi - My Experience

Estella Park Riahi
Summer 2022 Clerk

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Estella is a rising second-year law student at Michigan State University College of Law and is interested in trademark and business law. Upon graduating from University of California, San Diego, Estella spent eight years working for her family business, which specializes in Korean traditional clothing to a racially and ethnically diverse clientele in Los Angeles. During this time, Estella learned to empathize and identify with her fellow community business owners, many of them immigrants in Koreatown. With this came the desire to understand the law and how it could work to support emerging businesses, especially those who struggle to obtain legal services.

After being awarded 3rd Place Best Oralist in her entire 1L class of 236 students, she will be competing on MSU Law’s Moot Court Team and serving as Vice President of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association this coming semester.

Upon graduation, Estella hopes to bring her extensive business background and affinity with people from various cultural backgrounds to the legal community.

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About Me

Estella is a rising second-year law student at Michigan State University College of Law and is interested in trademark and business law. Upon graduating from University of California, San Diego, Estella spent eight years working for her family business, which specializes in Korean traditional clothing to a racially and ethnically diverse clientele in Los Angeles. During this time, Estella learned to empathize and identify with her fellow community business owners, many of them immigrants in Koreatown. With this came the desire to understand the law and how it could work to support emerging businesses, especially those who struggle to obtain legal services.

After being awarded 3rd Place Best Oralist in her entire 1L class of 236 students, she will be competing on MSU Law’s Moot Court Team and serving as Vice President of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association this coming semester.

Upon graduation, Estella hopes to bring her extensive business background and affinity with people from various cultural backgrounds to the legal community.

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