Arianna focuses her practice on Domestic Relations, Family Law, and Workers’ Compensation. Prior to joining Kirshenbaum & Kirshenbaum, Arianna worked as a Personal Injury Attorney.
Arianna obtained her Juris Doctorate from New England Law|Boston in 2021, with an associated concentration in Family Law and Public Interest Law. While attending law school in the evening, Arianna worked as a victim’s rights advocate. In this position, she acted as liaison between victims and the police department. Arianna believes in empowering others in making informed decisions and advocating zealously for her clients.
Arianna received her bachelor’s Degrees from the University of New Haven, graduating with honors. She earned a dual degree in Psychology with a concentration in Community/Counseling Psychology, and in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Forensic Psychology. She also obtained a minor in Arabic.
Arianna was the recipient of the University of New Haven Presidential Scholarship. She was also a member of Alpha Phi Sigma, Psi Chi, and Phi Sigma Sigma.
Arianna is presently admitted to practice in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Areas of Practice
- Domestic Relations
- Family Law
- Workers' Compensation
- Rhode Island
- New England Law|Boston Boston, MA
- J.D. 2021
- Concentration(s): Family Law, Public Interest Law
- University of New Haven West Haven, CT
- B.S. Criminal Justice, Forensic Psychology
- B.A. Psychology, Community/Counseling Psychology
- Magna Cum Laude
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Rhode Island Bar Association, Member
- Massachusetts Bar Association, Member
- Alpha Phi Sigma
- Psi Chi
- Phi Sigma Sigma