Before going to law school, Attorney Joey-Lynn Darius had over 17 years of real-world paralegal experience in various areas of law, including real estate, family law, and contracts. She juggled the responsibilities of being a full-time law student, full-time working mother of three, and caregiver, and somehow she kept all the balls in the air.
Joey-Lynn Darius graduated Cum Laude from Quinnipiac University School of Law, with a concentration with Honors in Civil Advocacy and Dispute Resolution, on an accelerated path. She was Note Editor for the Quinnipiac Law Review, Career Services Chair for the Student Bar Association, Part-Time Vice President of the Black Law Student Association, and Vice President of the American Constitution Society.
Joey-Lynn is no stranger to hard work, dedication, and perseverance. She understands the unique stress involved when one is in a position that requires the assistance of an attorney. Her mission is to earn the trust and confidence of her clients, conduct herself with compassion and care, and zealously advocate for their needs. Family is of the utmost importance.
Joey-Lynn is a first-generation American. Her parents were born in Haiti and taught her to strive for personal success and fiercely advocate for others. She is an avid reader, a lover of music, and Disney World’s biggest fan. Joey-Lynn is fluent in Creole and French and has working proficiency in Spanish. She welcomes clients of all backgrounds.