Yetunde Buraimoh is a third-year student at Boston College Law School and currently serves as the regional representative for her school’s chapter of the Black Law Students Association. She was born and raised in Boston, MA and is of Nigerian descent.

Before attending law school, Yetunde attended St. John’s University and majored in Legal Studies. She affirmed her desire to pursue a career in law after interning as a paralegal in St. John’s University School of Law’s Securities & Arbitration clinic during her senior year.

After her first year of law school, she interned at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination investigating complaints of employment and housing discrimination. This past summer she worked at Partners HealthCare in the Office of the General Counsel researching and counseling clients on matters in employment law, health law, and antitrust law. She is currently a Student Attorney in BC Law’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation Clinic advising small businesses on issues pertaining to entity formation, corporate governance, and compliance with Massachusetts employment law.