Political law attorney Aria Branch counsels federal and state elected officials, candidates, political parties, trade associations, corporations, PACs and other political organizations on campaign finance and ethics issues. She has represented clients before the Federal Election Commission, the Office of Congressional Ethics, and state ethics and campaign finance regulators.
Aria also litigates political law cases, most notably in the areas of voting rights and redistricting. Her recent litigation engagements include representation of plaintiffs challenging burdensome voting laws in Virginia and Wisconsin. Aria was also a member of the teams that successfully briefed and argued two cases on redistricting before the U.S. Supreme Court: Bethune-Hill v. Virginia State Board of Elections and Cooper v. Harris.
- Organizing for America, Chesapeake, VA, Organizing Fellow, 2012
- Judicial Extern for Hon. Justice Patricia Timmons-Goodson, Supreme Court of North Carolina, 2010