Bryn Mella has worked in MC Law Group since she was a sophomore in high school. Inspired by her family’s long history of legal practice, she is the fourth generation in her family to practice law. She worked her way up through the company, starting out as a filing clerk, then a paralegal, then as a member of the submissions department, and now, nearly a decade later, as an attorney. She graduated cum laude from Rutgers University School of Business – Camden with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management in 2018. Remaining in Rutgers for law school, she earned her J.D. from Rutgers Law School in Camden in 2021. Although she spent most of her years working for MC Law Group, she also worked as a legal intern at FMC Corporation in Philadelphia in 2019.
While in law school, she was a member of the Asian Pacific American Law Students’ Association, and also worked in Rutgers’ Immigrant Justice Clinic, working with indigent immigrant clients in both immigration and family court matters.
Outside of the office, Bryn enjoys drawing, cooking, running, playing with her two well-loved Shetland Sheepdogs, and riding the horse that she leases, a Gypsy Vanner named Crush.
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