Antonio L. Ingram II
Federal Government, Attorney

Antonio L. Ingram II is a lawyer currently based in Richmond, Va. Antonio received his B.A. in Religious Studies from Yale University.  He received a J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.

Through the Berkeley Law International Human Right’s Clinic, he traveled to Vancouver, Canada to present on United Nations frameworks and indigenous rights and San Salvador, El Salvador, to present on international human rights and the LGBT community at the University of Central America. During law school Antonio also worked in Tel-Aviv, Israel, representing victims of terrorism in Plaintiff side personal injury lawsuits. During his final year of law school, Antonio worked at the District of Columbia Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C. where he interned in the felony trial division.

Since graduating from law school Mr. Ingram has worked in the San Francisco office of an international law firm, Morrison & Foerster, as a litigation associate. Antonio then moved to New Orleans and worked as a federal judicial law clerk in the Eastern District of Louisiana for Senior United States District Judge Ivan L. R. Lemelle. Antonio recently completed a Public Policy Fulbright Fellowship where he was placed for ten months as a special assistant at the Anti-Corruption Bureau in Lilongwe, Malawi where he worked to help curtail political corruption throughout the government.