Arianna is an associate in the firm's Philadelphia office.
Arianna received a full Dean's Merit Scholarship to Villanova University School of Law, where she graduated third in her class and with magna cum laude, Order of the Coif distinctions. She received commencement awards for receiving the highest grades in the Business Organizations and Transactional Legal Writing, and for providing the greatest contribution to the Civil Justice Clinic.
During her time at Villanova, Arianna was a Teaching Assistant in Legal Writing and Property. She was also a member and Managing Editor of Production for the Villanova Law Review, where she was published in Volume 62 for her case brief, “Were They on a Break? The Third Circuit Tries to Provide Clarity in Mealtime Compensation Cases in Babcock v. Butler County." Arianna was also an in-house legal intern for a global fleet management company, a judicial intern to the Honorable Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Hey of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and a summer associate at Cozen O'Connor.