Columbia College Dinner & Discussion Series: Law
Interested in a career in law? This intimate event is your chance to have all of your questions answered without the pressure of a formal networking event. You will have a conversation over dinner with an experienced alumnus from your industry of interest.
Join us to hear from Zila Accosta-Grimes (CC'11, CLS'15). Zila Acosta-Grimes grew up in New York City. In 2011 she joined Goldman Sachs as an analyst and joined the board of Columbia College Women, for which she chaired the Scholarship Committee and remains a member. Additionally, she is a member of Columbia College Young Alumni, for which she is president emeritus. In 2012, Acosta-Grimes enrolled in Columbia Law School and as a student represented it as a University senator. A Stone Scholar and an articles editor on the Columbia Law Review, Acosta-Grimes was Lin-Manuel Miranda’s assistant and worked at the Manhattan Times and at the MirRam Group. She also does pro bono immigration work and political fundraising in her free time. She lives with her husband, Brian Grimes CC’11, in New York City.