Chanae L. Wood

Chanae L. Wood

Chanae L. Wood
Third-Year Law Student
Editor-in-Chief, St. Thomas Law Review
St. Thomas University School of Law
Miami Gardens, Florida

Chanae L. Wood is a third-year law student at St. Thomas University School of Law. Recently, Mrs. Wood was selected as the first black Editor-in-chief of the St. Thomas Law Review and has an article scheduled to be published in the journal entitled, Black and Poor: The Grave Consequences of Utah v. Strieff. She is also a member of Trial Team and is the former President of the Black Law Students Association. Mrs. Wood has had the pleasure of interning for the Honorable Marcia G. Cooke in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida and also worked as a summer associate at Greenspoon Marder.

Prior to law school, Mrs. Wood worked with Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan as a Commission aide, Senator Oscar Braynon II as a Legislative aide in both the Miami and Tallahassee Offices, and interned for Congresswoman Federica Wilson in Washington D.C.

Mrs. Wood graduated Cum Laude from the University of Florida, where she received a B.S. in Family, Youth, & Community Sciences and minors in Public Leadership and International Studies & Humanitarian Assistance. Mrs. Wood also received a certificate in Economic and International Affairs from Georgetown University.