Ronja is originally from Sweden. At the end of her education in international law, Ronja interned at an immigration law firm in Orlando. After observing how the attorneys positively impacted their clients’ lives, Ronja decided to move and pursue law school in the United States.
During law school, Ronja graduated at the top of her class and was recognized for her exceptional legal research and writing skills when she served as an editor for the Homeland and National Security Law Review and Thomas M. Cooley Law Review.
Ronja’s devotion to helping others was clearly shown when she became the President of a student organization that spread awareness about human trafficking and domestic violence. Ronja worked tirelessly to educate the public about the issues and volunteered to help survivors.
Ronja is incredibly compassionate, caring, and hard-working, and she will ensure that her clients feel comfortable and well-informed about the DBA process.
Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Doctor of Jurisprudence, magna cum laude, 2023
Örebro Universitetet, Bachelor of Science in International Law, 2018