Kyndra started working at IJ in 2002 on the Development team as a development assistant. She later transitioned over to the litigation side as a litigation assistant before finally settling in as a paralegal.

She works on cases across all of IJ’s pillars and never tires of the new challenges encountered in helping others to fight for their pursuit of happiness.

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