Mireya Colin

Mireya is an active ally and advocate for underrepresented populations in the law.


Mireya is a native of North Carolina. She received a B.S. in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Juvenile Justice with honors from North Carolina Central University in 2017 before earning her Juris Doctor from Campbell Law in 2021.

While in law school, Mireya was a member of the Hispanic Law Students Association and the Black Law Students Association. As a student she volunteered with four pro bono projects, including the Immigrants and Refugee Rights Pro Bono Project, the Death Row Visitation Pro Bono Project, the Expunction Pro Bono Project, and the North Carolina Center for Actual Innocence Pro Bono Project. She engaged in independent research on legal issues impacting these populations, including a substantial paper titled Driving While Brown: From Racial Profiling to Involuntary Consent Searches. Moreover, after her first year in law school Mireya interned at Legal Aid of North Carolina with the Battered Immigrant Project where she worked with victims of domestic violence obtaining U Visas. Mireya earned the book award (recognizing the student who earned the highest grade in the course) in multiple classes, including in Asylum and Refugee Law, Federal Indian Law, and Business Organizations.

In her spare time, she enjoys going to the gym, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

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