Jaylynn Ellington is a student at Elon University School of Law, where she serves as an advocacy fellow. She expects to receive her J.D. in 2020.
This past summer, she not only completed the Foundations of Bioethics course presented by Yale University, received certification in global human rights from the University of Pennslyvania School of Law, and received certification in international women's rights and health from Stanford University, but she also served as an AT&T Inc. legal scholar in 2018.
Previously, Jaylynn cofounded a nonprofit, education-based organization whose primary mission is to warn at-risk children of the dangers of human trafficking and teach them prevention methods.
Jaylynn attended North Carolina A & T State University (NCAT), where she received her B.A. in political science, magnum cum laude. At NCAT, she was an active member of the Student Government Association and worked as a chief litigator for Enactus. She was also involved in law-focused organizations such as the Henry Frye Prelaw Society and the National Black Law Student Association.
A highlight of her college experience was her selection for the North Carolina A & T State University's International Business Development Fellowship. Through this fellowship, she worked closely with Fortune 500 companies and learned the importance of intellectual property and external affairs.
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