Destiny is a second-year law student at the University of Houston Law Center. In three years, graduating magna cum laude, she earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas at San Antonio, majoring in Public Administration and Policy and minoring in Latin American Studies. In addition to the clerkship at Lloyd & Mousilli, she will be competing at the Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court competition as a brief writer and oral advocate on the complexities artificial intelligence faces in copyright and commercial law.
Outside of the National Moot Court team, Destiny mentors first year students at the University Houston Law Center, leading them through ways they can succeed during their first year and as legal professionals. She also is involved in the Latinx Law Student Association, an organization that seeks to promote and facilitate diversity in the legal landscape.
Prior to joining Lloyd & Mousilli, Destiny worked as a law clerk at an Am100 law firm, beginning after her first year of law school and ending during her fall semester. As a law clerk she had the opportunity to explore a variety of practice areas including commercial, bankruptcy, property, healthcare, general liability and insurance law. Here she was involved in depositions, client meetings, and the preparation of motions for summary judgment, legal briefs, pre trial litigation, and meditation reports.
Upon graduation, Destiny hopes to bring her passion and skills she has acquired to the practice of intellectual property or data privacy law. While also aspiring to continue to pursue her hobbies such as community service, hiking, and boxing.