Verily graduated from Washburn University School of Law in December 2011. During law school Verily worked for a creditors rights firm as a law clerk and a county attorney's office as a student prosecutor. She also served as the Women's Legal Forum President and was presented with a scholarship for her dedication to women's legal issues. Verily moved to New Mexico from Denver, CO, in July 2014, she was admitted to the New Mexico bar in May 2014. Prior to law school Verily attended Brigham Young University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Science and Human Development.
Prior to joining the firm Verily worked for the Sandoval County District Attorney's office where she focused her work in specialty courts, probation violations and crimes against children. Verily gained valuable courtroom and trial experience while working for the District Attorney. Prior to working at the DA's office she worked for a financial services company reviewing mortgage loans for loss mitigation legal compliance. After law school Verily also spent one glorious month working at David's Bridal, as a bridal consultant, where she learned intense negation and mediation skills.
CONCENTRATIONS: Creditor representation, including foreclosure, bankruptcy, collections, replevin, evictions, Truth in Lending laws, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, business law, and contract law.