Chantel R. Mills is an associate in the firm’s New York office with a concentration in general liability, including premises liability, labor law, and automobile accident matters. Her clients appreciate and reap the benefits of her candid, transparent communication, thorough preparation, and creative problem-solving.

After graduating, with honors, from the University of Pennsylvania, Chantel earned her law degree from William & Mary Law School, where she received several awards for her commitment to academic excellence, community service, and leadership, served as Vice President of the Mid-Atlantic Black Law School Association, and was Co-President of the Sports & Entertainment Law Society. Chantel also assisted in translating from Spanish to English the publication European Internet Law: Towards Academic Consistency and Geographic Global Character by Pablo García Mexía.

When not serving the firm’s clients, Chantel works pro bono for individuals seeking asylum and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

Education

  • William & Mary Law School, J.D. 
    • Various awards for commitment to academic excellence, community service and leadership
    • Vice President of the Mid-Atlantic Black Law School Association at William and Mary
    • Co-President of the Sports & Entertainment Law Society at William and Mary
  • The University of Pennsylvania, B.A. with honors
    • Double major in Spanish Language & Literature and Latin American Studies with a minor in Comparative Literature
    • Senior Honor Thesis in Spanish
    • Dean’s List
    • Onyx Honor Society

Bar Admissions

  • New York

Professional & Community Affiliations

  • New York State Bar Association
  • Westchester Black Bar Association
  • Westchester County Bar Association
  • Westchester Women’s Bar Association
  • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
  • Pace Law School National Mock Trial and Moot Court Competitions judge
  • Translator for European Internet Law: Towards Academic Consistency and Geographic Global Character by Pablo García Mexía