Cassandra (“Cassi”) Radloff, a native of Northern Illinois, is Of Counsel at Tesfaye Law. Cassi focuses her practice on immigration law. She attended Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina, where she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Government. As an undergraduate student, she was the Awards Chairperson for the North Carolina Student Legislature, and she was inducted into Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Sigma Alpha, and Omicron Delta Kappa honor societies.
Cassandra then attended Campbell University School of Law. At Campbell, Cassandra served as a staff writer for the Campbell Law Observer, served on the student recruitment team, participated in moot court competitions, and was elected Dean of the R.C. Bryan Chapter of Delta Theta Phi. As a law student, Cassandra also studied international law, human rights, and refugee law at The Hague in Holland.
Following her admission to the North Carolina State Bar, Cassandra worked as a law clerk for a full-service law firm focused on litigation in North Carolina. After relocating to northern Virginia, Cassandra first worked at a small civil litigation firm in Woodbridge, where she served as an immigration attorney and law clerk. Most recently, she has served as a contract attorney on complex litigation matters.
On the weekends, Cassandra enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her husband, daughter, and two dogs.
Credentials & Memberships
- North Carolina State Bar
- Cumberland County Bar Association
- Military Spouse JD Network
- North Carolina Bar Association