Sydney Booker is part of a team of litigators that represent corporations from an array of industries, including the financial services, retail, logistics, and transportation sectors, in commercial disputes, class actions, and corporate investigations. Sydney advises clients on discovery management, motions practice, and witness preparation.
While attending Duke University School of Law, Sydney served as a vice president of the Duke University Black Graduate and Professional Students Association. As a first year law student, she was selected to be a Leadership Council Legal Diversity (LCLD) Scholar.
Prior to attending law school, Sydney was an associate in the forensic and dispute services practice of a Big Four professional services firm, where she provided clients with forensic accounting, corporate investigations, anti-money laundering compliance consulting, and damages estimation services.
Sydney has a Bachelor of Arts in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs from Princeton University. She was named the Class of 2012 Charles H. Plohn ’66 Scholar in recognition of her commitment to excellence in academic pursuits.
Duke University School of Law, 2018, J.D.
Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, 2012, B.A.