Ms. Cohen graduated from Roger Williams School of Law in 2006, and is admitted to the Colorado State Bar, New York State Bar, Massachusetts State Bar & United States Virgin Islands Bar. As a law student, Ms. Cohen was a Presidential Scholar and member of the honors program. In 2002, she graduated Summa Cum Laude, with distinction & Phi Betta Kappa from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Prior to working for the Gaiennie Law Office, Ms. Cohen worked for a family law firm and clerked at a personal injury firm in the Denver area.
After graduation from law school, Ms. Cohen worked as an attorney at a mid-sized Plaintiffs Law Firm in Massachusetts where she had the highest settlement rate in the firm. In 2008, she was given the once in a lifetime opportunity to relocate to the U.S. Virgin Islands to clerk for a Superior Court Judge. Her work for the Superior Court proved so effective that she was offered a position as an Assistant Attorney General at the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Justice where she served for nearly three years. While an Assistant Attorney General, she headed up the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Crimes Unit and zealously advocated for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault both inside and outside the courtroom. She tried both misdemeanor and felony criminal domestic violence and sexual assault cases, perfecting her skills in the courtroom.
Ms. Cohen is responsible for pre-litigation and litigation personal injury matters at the Gaiennie Law office. Ms. Cohen is a Colorado Native, and enjoys photography and spending time with her husband, daughter and dog, Emma.