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Khadija Dukes


Khadija Dukes is a Social Media Coordinator with The RMN Agency. She is a writer with a law degree who shares legal recruiting news and trends, career development insights, and information about new legal opportunities with the Atlanta community on The RMN Agency’s website and social media pages. Khadija enjoys learning about the legal recruiting process with The RMN Agency. She is impressed by the level of detail and support that happens behind the scenes to help attorneys. One legal recruiting experience Khadija observed is memorable to her. The attorney practiced law in another state for years and wanted to return to Georgia. Even with strong legal credentials, the attorney was unable to capture the attention of Atlanta hiring managers during her independent job search. She was recommended to The RMN Agency because of its local Atlanta focus and soon after, landed a legal role with an Atlanta law firm that she loves.
“The RMN Agency team is incredibly dedicated and passionate about helping legal professionals explore legal career opportunities. Our Atlanta legal recruiters genuinely care about finding opportunities that are a good match for every candidate. I find myself rooting for the attorneys and just wishing the best for them personally and professionally.”


Khadija joined The RMN Agency in 2021 during her last year of law school. Previously, Khadija served as a fellow with Lawyers of Color. She has worked with two Atlanta law firms as well as legal non-profits focused on legal access, including Workplace Fairness, the Covid-19 Rapid Response Systems Summer Institute, and Georgia Legal Services Program.

Born and raised in Georgia, Khadija earned her law degree from Washington & Lee University School of Law, where she was active with the Black Law Students Association, Christian Legal Aid Society and the Shepherd Higher Consortium on Poverty. She earned her undergraduate degrees in journalism and comparative literature from The University of Georgia, where she wrote for various campus publications including Little Red Book Magazine, The Red and Black Newspaper, Infusion Magazine, Her Campus, and Mandala Journal.

Khadija’s Career Advice for Lawyers

As someone early into her career, Khadija says she has previously talked herself out of applying for opportunities for not having the exact qualifications or experience. However, she’s gradually changed her mindset. Her advice to herself and others is, “Do not be the one to tell yourself ‘No.’ Let someone else tell you ‘No’.”

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