Jairo N. Castellanos is a strong advocate for employee rights who understands that problems in the workplace can create some of the most troubling times in a person’s life. He works tirelessly to ensure that justice is carried out for each of his clients. Mr. Castellanos is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. During law school, he focused his studies on labor and employment law. Mr. Castellanos has advocated for workers in many different forums. He has represented employees in internal grievance processes, unemployment hearings, and has been a second chair at a jury trial. Furthermore, Mr. Castellanos participated in the Transnational Worker Rights Clinic, which helps low-income transnational migrant workers recover unpaid wages during his law school tenure. He also completed a summer internship with the Texas RioGrande Legal Aid’s employment department.