I received my Juris Doctorate from Seattle University School of Law. While in law school, I served as president for the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, and was a member of the Environmental Law Society, Health Law Society, International Law Society, and the Women’s Law Caucus. I also participated in the Washington Moderate Means Practicum where I worked on matters related to family, housing, and consumer law for those who cannot afford a full fee attorney yet exceed the low-income qualifications for free legal assistance.
Having been born and raised in Boulder, Colorado, I am an ardent supporter of the Colorado community. I come from a long line of distinguished lawyers and am eager to continue the family legacy of helping those in need. I speak Spanish and have experience working with diverse clients at the Seattle Civil Rights Office, the Washington Moderate Means practicum and have experience in Workers Compensation as well as Personal injury law. I understand the complex nature of law, have an exceptional eye for detail, and will work hard to ensure my clients receive the legal representation and compassion they deserve.
I am passionate about protecting the environment, defending animals, and advocating for meaningful change that will promote social equity. When I am away from the office, I enjoys spending time outdoors skiing, traveling, swimming, and playing with my cat and other animals. I am also an avid wooden jigsaw puzzler.
|Associate Attorney||Pearson and Paris||2020 - Present|
|Legal Intern||Washington Moderate Means||2019 - 2019|
|Legal Extern||Seattle Office of Civil Rights||2018 - 2018|
|Legal Assistant||Law Offices of Michael P. Dominick||2014 - 2017|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Student Animal Legal Defense Fund||President||2018 - 2020|
|Seattle University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2020|