Mariah’s legal practice spans diverse fields and industries, including real estate development, finance, environmental law, business entity formation and governance, data privacy, artificial intelligence, cyberlaw, and intellectual property.
Prior to embarking on a legal career, Mariah worked as a professional technical and content writer in support of clients seeking patents, mastering the art of translating complex ideas into actionable solutions for her clients. Her entrepreneurial spirit led her to start a small business, providing firsthand insight into the challenges faced by small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Mariah graduated with honors from Harvard Law School. As a law student, she served as an Articles Editor for the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology. She also practiced civil rights law with the ACLU National Policy Office and ACLU of Hawaii and served pro bono clients through Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Law, Brain, and Society, and the Public Interest Patent Law Institute.