Sonia Fulop attended Tufts University, graduating magna cum laude with a BA in art history (with highest thesis honors) and French literature, and earning awards in both majors. She spent her junior year in Paris, where she studied at the Ecole du Louvre and the Sorbonne Nouvelle and held an internship as a translator. She went on to earn her AM in art history at Washington University in St. Louis, during which time she worked as a research assistant to several professors of modern American and French art history, and to the curator of contemporary art at the St. Louis Art Museum. In 2006, Sonia completed the editing certificate program at the University of Chicago Graham School of General Studies, and in 2015, she earned her JD from the University of Chicago Law School, where she was president of the school’s chapter of Law Students for Reproductive Justice from 2013 to 2015. She has spoken on panels hosted by the Graham School and the Bay Area Editors’ Forum and counts among her greatest honors meeting feminist writer Susan Faludi and editing Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan during her tenure as dean of Harvard Law School. Sonia is not accepting any new clients at this time.