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Mariah Dylla Gardiner is Passionate About Her Clients and Her Legal Work

April 18, 2019

Before she became the amazing family law attorney she is these days, Mariah Dylla Gardiner curated an oral history museum exhibit that told the story of underground uranium miners in northwest New Mexico. She interviewed the miners and used their own words to tell the story in the context of the Cold War. Back then, the government and contractors concealed hazards and delayed the implementation of safety regulations until that had completed the entire U.S. nuclear arsenal.

In addition to that, over many years, Mariah Dylla Gardiner advocated for women’s rights in various parts of the developing world, and she still retains rapporteur status to the United Nations. She also has conducted research and written extensively on issues regarding post-colonial feminism in West Africa.

Obviously, besides her impressive career in family law, where she advocates for clients and their families in the most difficult circumstances possible, Mariah Dylla Gardiner has a large range of experience in many other areas and she has shown a great deal of compassion for many people. These days, Mariah Dylla Gardiner can point to her career as a family law attorney with pride. She has always been something of a legal scholar and an activist, as well. When Mariah was still in high school, she published an article entitled "Criminal Justice," in the prestigious Concord Review. That marked her as something of a prodigy, but that was just the beginning, however.