The Impact of Immigration on Native Student Admissions
An influx of international students to U.S. higher education institutions between 1990 and 2010...
Xenia Solano Rigby was born and raised in New York City. As a young girl she would travel to visit her grandmother in the Dominican Republic. She has fond memories of her childhood in Dominican Republic which helped her decide to become an attorney in the Dominican Republic. She graduated from Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra with a Bachelors in Law. Later she returned to the United States to continue her legal studies. Ms. Solano Rigby earned her LL.M. in the American Legal System, from the Mississippi College School of Law. And is admitted to the Alabama State Bar.
Before becoming an attorney she worked for several years as a paralegal in New York City, specializing in Workers Compensation. She assisted clients injured in work related accidents. Her passion to assist others grew, as did her urge to become an attorney.