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Dana DiDomenico

Dana is originally from Indiana, but hails from a military family with whom she moved frequently before eventually settling in Colorado. Dana earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and International Affairs from Florida State University where she graduated Cum Laude. Not long after, Dana was called to attend Regent University School of Law in Virginia. While there, she excelled in oral advocacy and legal research. In 2019, Dana was elected to the Moot Court Executive Board as the Legal Writing Director. While serving in that position, she also took part in appellate advocacy competitions. She received an award for Third Best Oralist in the Notre Dame Religious Liberty Competition in 2021.

Dana has a passion for advocacy, particularly in the field of constitutional and employment law. While attending Regent, Dana had the opportunity to work for the American Center for Law and Justice, where she assisted attorneys in researching and drafting materials for active litigation. Later, Dana assisted the Right to Work Foundation, where she had the opportunity to assist clients across the country in different areas of employment law. Dana graduated from Regent University School of Law in the spring of 2021.

Employment & Experience


  • Colorado, October 2021



  • Notre Dame Moot Court Competition Third Best Oralist Award, 2021
  • Academic Merit Scholarship, Regent University, 2018-2021
  • Ronald L. Fick Book Award in Employment Law, 2020
  • Ronald L. Fick Book Award in Intellectual Property, 2020


Education & Training

Florida State University

  • Bachelor of Science, July 2017
  • Cum Laude

Regent University School of Law

  • Juris Doctor, May 2021


Prior Legal Employment

  • Right to Work Foundation, Academic Extern, 2021
  • American Center for Law and Justice, Legal Intern, 2020
  • Virginia Beach General District Court, Judge Paul Merullo, Judicial Intern, 2019