Ramatulahi Jalloh is a former refugee from Sierra Leone now living in the United States. She is a first generation attorney licensed to practice in Washington, D.C.
Join Dr. Nancy and Ramatulahi as they discuss how to grow resilience, discipline and perseverance on your own journey. Ms. Jalloh story weaves how patience and failure are normal as we define what success. Through her own transformative story Ramatulahi endeavored to be kind and approach every challenge with empathy for others. It helped her discover her own intentions and pathway into the legal field.
She is passionate about the law as she help clients resolve their disputes and the intellectual challenges of the laws complexity. Her focus areas are: international investment treaty arbitration; commercial arbitration; public international law; international trade and human rights.
She holds Doctor of Law degree from Thurgood Marshall School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Pennsylvania State University. She has worked at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) where she researched and drafted on Investor State Dispute Settlement Reform.
Prior to graduating law school, she worked for Fong & Ilagan in Houston where she assisted treaty investors from China and Angola to develop and direct their investment enterprise into the United States. She has also worked at Fullerton Law Firm, Jossour Forum des Femmes Marocaines in Morocco and the YMCA International Services.
In her spare time, if she is not advocating for women’s rights, she is either reading, traveling, listening to podcast, watching Korean Dramas, trying international cuisine or spending time with her family & friends.
Dr. Nancy’s Knows broadcasts on Saturday March 13th at 9am and watch above. Join us to learn about Ramatulahi’s journey.