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Joonu Coste
About Joonu Coste (3 Articles)
Joonu-Noel Coste is a second year student at Campbell Law and currently serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Joonu has loved living in the Raleigh area for the last 5 years. Born and raised in New Hampshire, she graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Crop and Soil Science with a concentration in Biochemistry. After several years as a Project Officer at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency she spent several years homeschooling three children, two of whom have disabilities. Her experience as a mother to children with disabilities inspired her to become a lawyer in order to advocate for underserved populations. She is very interested in the areas of disability law, education law, and juvenile justice. Last summer she was an intern at Disability Rights North Carolina. This past fall she was an extern at the Wake County Superior Court Clerk’s Office of Special Proceedings and is currently an intern with the North Carolina Community College System’s General Counsel. This summer she will be a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Intern for Legal Aid of North Carolina. She competes for Campbell’s National Moot Court Team and serves as a Teaching Scholar for Contracts, a Research Assistant, Vice President of the Education Law and Policy Society, and a Project Coordinator for the Pro Bono Council. Making sure that life is not all work, she enjoys spending time with family, baking, reading, and running 5k and 10k races with friends.