Ms. Correa-Jamison is an Atlanta-raised Colombian. She graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in International Affairs and Modern Languages (2015). She is a graduate of the Georgia State University College of Law (2020), where she received accolades for her work in Public Interest Law and Policy Work, as well as her dedication to pro bono services. In particular, she devoted her studies to the relationship between race, ethnicity, and the law, focusing on community-based advocacy to dismantle oppression in the legal system.
Ms. Correa-Jamison previously worked in immigration services before attending law school. During law school, she interned with public defense offices where she represented clients in plea allocutions, preliminary hearings, and probation revocation hearings. She also helped the Southern Poverty Law Center's Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative represent people in the Stewart Detention Center in Lumpkin, Georgia.
Ms. Correa-Jamison recently passed the Georgia Bar Exam. She will be sworn into the Superior Court of Fulton County, Court of Appeals of Georgia, and the Supreme Court of Georgia. After being sworn in, Ms. Correa-Jamison will remain at Vazquez & Servi as an associate attorney.