As a lawyer life & leadership coach Roberta Roberts, Esq. helps ambitious but overwhelmed law students and young lawyers achieve their God-given goals in law school, as lawyers, and in life.

Through one-on-one coaching, group coaching, and free law school, life, and career tips on her blog at She also founded Grace for the Grind™ Career Mastermind, a private online community for Christian women lawyers, law students, and young professionals who want God’s grace for the professional grind.

Roberta Roberts, Esq. has also helped dozens of law students and lawyers take control of their professional development and achieve their life and career goals. She is also a certified John Maxwell Team Leadership Coach, Speaker, & Trainer, and certified Christian life coach, and Maxwell Method DISC Behavioral Analysis Consultant. But aside from a proven track record and certifications, listening skills, ability to ask the right questions, and skill in breaking down big ideas into an actionable plan makes coaching with her work.


U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review
Attorney Advisor, Attorney General’s Honors Program
March 2016 – Present


The George Washington University Law School
Juris Doctor, J.D., Public Interest Scholar
2012 – 2015

Highest Scores in Writing Section on graded legal research & graded assignments

    • Activities and Societies: Black Law Students Association, GW Law Moot Court Board, Human Rights Law Society, VP of Advocacy, Immigration Law Association; Alternative Dispute Resolution Board, Student Bar Association, International Law Society. Pro Bono: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), CASA de Maryland, GW Street Law, GW Innocence Project

University of Florida
Bachelor of Science, B.S., Public Relations, Nonprofit Leadership
Concentration: Business, Public Affairs, Magna Cum Laude
2008 – 2012

Bar Admissions

District of Colombia Bar
D.C. Court of Appeals
Issued December 2017

Maryland State Bar

Maryland Court of Appeals
Issues December 2015

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