Loune-Djenia Askew is a third-year law student at Florida International University (“FIU Law”). At FIU Law, Loune-Djenia is actively involved in extracurricular activities while maintaining a position in the top 25% of her class. In December 2019, she was published by the University of Miami Race and Social Justice Law Review for her article “Confidentiality Agreements: The Florida Sunshine In Litigation Act, The #Metoo Movement, And Signing Away The Right To Speak.” Prior to Law School, Loune-Djenia attended Florida Atlantic University and graduated magna cum laude with an International Business Degree and Public Management minor.
Before working at EPGD, she was a Judicial Intern for the Honorable John Fry of the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Florida, a Law Clerk at Broward County Attorney’s Office, and a Student Attorney at the FIU Law Small Business Clinic. Upon graduation, she plans to practice business law in both transactional and litigation matters and continue to give back to her community through her involvement with local bar associations and her church.
- Loune-Djenia was born in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti and is fluent in Haitian Creole. In her free time, she enjoys traveling the world with her husband, trying new foods, and spending time with family and friends.