Bruna Soledade

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American Immigration Lawyers Association


• Charleston School of Law

• Santa Clara Law’s International Human Rights Program


Bruna Soledade received her Law Degree from the Charleston School of Law, where she was president of the Latino/a Law Student Association and Vice President of Judge & Faculty Relations for the Trial Advocacy Board. While in law school, she received the award for Professionalism & Ethics in Trial Advocacy and the Pro Bono Award for Outstanding Achievement. She also participated in Santa Clara Law’s International Human Rights Program in Costa Rica, through which she completed an internship with ACAI, an NGO partnered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

For her under-graduate studies, Bruna attended The University of South Florida where she majored in English: Professional Writing.

Bruna was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and moved to the United States in 2003 with her family. She speaks Portuguese, English, and Spanish.

In her spare time, Bruna enjoys spending time with her dog Duke, reading, and traveling.