While studying to obtain my law degree at Chapman University, I worked to assist victims of violent crimes with their Immigration matters and was also honored for my commitment to service through Pro Bono legal work. In addition, I worked as a certified student law clerk for the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office, where I drafted legal pleadings and appeared in court hearings on behalf of the People of the State of California.
As a practicing attorney, I have continued to work with Immigration Law. I have also worked with civil litigation firms whose law practices focused on litigation matters related to lending institutions and real property disputes in state and federal courts, as well as bankruptcy and other legal areas. As a solo practitioner, my experience continues to broaden- including family law, estate planning, contract drafting, bankruptcy, criminal law and other services to meet my clients' needs.
I remain dedicated to legal issues relating to victims' rights, humanitarian immigration law and community outreach and education.