Tijuhna Green

Tijuhna Green is currently a third-year law student at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. As a student at UDC-DCSL, Tijuhna serves as the Academics Chair for the Black Law Students Association and Editor-in-Chief of the UDC Law Review.  Throughout her law school career, Tijuhna has also received various forms of recognition, including the Dean’s Fellowship for academic excellence; Advocate for Justice Scholarship for her commitment to public service; and acceptance into the ACC Corporate Scholars Class of 2016.


Tijuhna received her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Philosophy and Political Science from the University of Houston in May 2013. Prior to relocating to Washington, D.C., Tijuhna worked for the Harris County Department of Education where she developed STEM-based programs to increase academic performance in underserved areas. As an advocate for social justice, she continues to volunteer with nonprofit organizations, such as The U.S. Dream Academy, in order to provide mentorship and educational resources to undervalued communities.  Tijuhna looks forward to serving as the 2016-2017 WBA Law Students Division Chair. Through this position, Tijuhna seeks to promote the Washington Bar Association’s mission to law students within the Greater Washington area, while also providing them with the essential tools needed to help develop their professional careers.