Court's in Session: Restarting a Law Career in a New Country

 Court's in Session: Restarting a Law Career in a New Country

Oct 13, 2022

Rezarta Mataj had already achieved a great deal in her career at a  young age — a federal judge by the age of 24, a lovely family soon after, and the accolades to be an adjunct professor at public and private law schools all across Albania.

However, there was one caveat: she couldn’t rid herself of the thought that she’d be able to build a better life for herself and her family in the U.S. Rezarta took a leap of faith, and the future she envisioned started to take shape. Arizona State University gave her a chance, and she’s well on her way to reclaiming everything she once had and more. 

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