Darly Biller is one of our Staff Attorneys. Darly Biller was born and raised in Bogota, Colombia. Attorney Biller graduated from the Universidad Libre de Colombia with a law degree. When she moved to the United States in 2009, she had to pursue her legal studies again. After adjusting to the language and a new culture, Attorney Biller graduated from FAMU College of Law, magna cum laude. While in law school Attorney Biller served on the executive board of the FAMU Law Review and was a member of multiple organizations such as Women’s Law Caucus, Marshall Bell Society, and Hispanic American Law Student Association. As an immigrant herself, attorney Biller experienced firsthand the immigration process all the way until she became a US citizen in 2018. Her drive to succeed, personal experience, and legal knowledge, empowers her to advocate for those who face the complicated challenge of the immigration process. Attorney Biller is passionate about helping the community and in addition to her attorney duties, she is currently coordinating OCJ's scholarship program to help immigrants like herself to achieve their dream of becoming lawyers.