Ariana is an attorney in our Grand Forks office practicing primarily in the area of family and domestic relations. 

Ariana graduated from University of Manitoba with distinction in Psychology and Family Social Sciences. She then moved to Grand Forks to attend Law School. Ariana graduated from the University Of North Dakota School Of Law, cum laude, where she was elected to the Order of the Barristers. 

While in law school, she served as President of the Moot Court Association, Prime Minister of the Canadian Law Student Society, and Student Director of the University of North Dakota Law Clinic. Ariana was the recipient of the Louise and Heber Edwards/Judith Greenagel Memorial Law Scholarship for aptitude, integrity, and a sincere desire to complete her legal education. 

An avid moot court participant, she placed second overall in National Sustainable Energy Law Moot Court Competition in Morgantown, West Virginia. During her third year, Ariana placed as second best individual oral advocate at the Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition in Albany, New York. Ariana has returned to UND School of Law a moot court instructor; preparing students for and attending national appellate advocacy competitions. Additionally, Ariana serves as the President of the Greater Grand Forks County Bar Association. 

In her spare time, Ariana enjoys walleye fishing at the Lake of the Woods and curling.

Admitted To Practice

North Dakota


United States District Court, District of North Dakota


State Bar Association of North Dakota

Greater Grand Forks County Bar Association