Ja'Miyah Price


Ja'Miyah Price is an intellectually curious, first-generation law student. Ja'Miyah is a member of the 2025 class, with an interest in employment & labor law and business law.

Throughout their legal journey, Ja'Miyah has prioritized legal research and writing skills. In Spring 2024 she served as a judicial intern for Judge Elizabeth Morris on the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County. Here, she conducted research to assist in the decision-making on cases and their respective issues. Her time in Judge Morris’ chambers provided her the opportunity to expand her knowledge on various areas of the law while utilizing and expanding her research skills.

Ja'Miyah has also served as a judicial intern to Chief Justice Fader, where she gained extensive writing skills. She wrote two memoranda which consisted of research and analysis. For each memorandum, Ja'Miyah read and analyzed briefs, previous opinions, and cases. Ja'Miyah also had the opportunity to observe oral arguments. This experience gave her the chance to view amazing advocates in court.

Ja'Miyah Price continued to utilize her research and writing skills in her legal courses. She did extensive research and writing for the seminar paper, she wrote for an International Labor Law course. This paper focused on the grooming codes and policies implemented in the employment world and how they disproportionately affect Black women. To satisfy her Advanced writing requirement, Ja'Miyah took Critical Race Theory in Spring 2024. She wrote a paper discussing the advanced rate Black women lawyers are leaving the legal profession. Writing these papers strengthened Ja'Miyah's interest in employment and labor law.

Outside the classroom, Ja'Miyah is involved in various extracurricular activities which has contributed to her leadership and advocacy skills. She served as the President of the Black Law Student Association for 2023-2024. She is also a member of the National Alternative Dispute Resolution Team 2023-2025. In Fall 2023 Ja'Miyah competed and received first place at the Cardozo School of Law Invitational Negotiation on Entertainment, Media, and Art Competition (CINEMA). Additionally, she served as a member of the Thurgood Marshall Trial Team 2022-2023.

Driven by a desire to make a positive impact in the legal field, Ja'Miyah Price is committed to pursuing a career that allows her to combine her negotiation skills alongside her interest in business law and employment and labor law.