Éviealle advocates for justice and accountability on behalf of people harmed by corporate wrongdoing and civil rights abuses.
With experience in grassroots organizing and advocacy in the public and political spheres, Éviealle Dawkins has developed deep personal perspectives on justice and responsibility that are foundational to her legal practice. As a DiCello Levitt associate, Éviealle applies her insight to litigation work on behalf of plaintiffs injured by civil or human rights abuses, environmental hazards, and other acts of corporate malfeasance. Prior to joining DiCello Levitt, Éviealle honed her litigation research skills on claims ranging from consumer protection and toxic tort to data and privacy.
While attending Howard University School of Law, Éviealle held an externship with the ADR Consortium Clinic at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), where she participated in mediations to resolve employment discrimination claims and assisted parties through the mediation and settlement process. She also served as a summer law clerk for the Maryland Office of the Attorney General’s Thurgood Marshall Clerkship Program in the Civil Rights and Legislative Affairs Divisions. As a student attorney in her law school’s Fair Housing Clinic, she represented low-income families in D.C. Landlord Tenant Court. A merit scholarship recipient, Éviealle was also a member of the Charles Hamilton Houston National Moot Court Team and served on the Executive Boards of the Student Bar Association and her professional membership organizations.
Between earning her bachelor’s degree in English language and literature at the University of Maryland and enrolling in law school, Éviealle worked on electoral and issue-based campaigns as the Operations Director for a D.C.-based political consulting firm. Éviealle served as a White House intern in Spring 2013. She also served as a Congressional Intern for U.S. Congressman Edolphus “Ed” Towns while completing her undergraduate studies.
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois