Sophie Karpf is an associate attorney with Barrett & Farahany. Born and raised in the Boston area, she attended college at Washington University in St. Louis. After graduating with degrees in psychology and economics, Sophie went to the University of Michigan Law School. In law school, she interned for U.S. Magistrate Judge Ramon E. Reyes Jr. of the Eastern District of New York, researching and writing a proposed report and recommendation. She also worked as a student attorney in the Civil-Criminal Litigation Clinic at Michigan Law, where she represented indigent clients in southeast Michigan. During a summer clerking job in Boston with Pontikes Law, LLC, Sophie found herself drawn to the employment discrimination practice. She feels passionate about making sure employees are treated fairly in the workplace and giving a voice to those whose voices are too often overshadowed. As a recent grad, she'll soon be licensed to practice law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She plans to take the Georgia bar in February 2022.