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Vernessa Pollard | Arnold & Porter

The National Law Journal

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As a small child in Grenada, food and drug law expert Vernessa Pollard lived without indoor plumbing, cared for by her older siblings after her parents came to America to work as domestics. Pollard said her parents immigrated to give their children "future options and possibilities." The family reunited in America when she was 5, and ever since, the 36-year-old partner at Arnold & Porter in Washington has made the most of every opportunity.

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