I am an associate attorney at Wilner & O’Reilly, APLC. My practice is focused on removal defense. I am admitted to the State Bar of Washington, but I can practice immigration throughout the country. I am fluent in Spanish. For my undergraduate studies, I focused my coursework in Spanish, English, and pre-law. I was actively involved in leadership in the Latino Student Association, the Spanish Honors Society, and Pre-Law Society. After graduating from my undergraduate studies, I worked for the Washington State House of Representatives as a Legislative Assistant. I worked closely with many state and local government leaders, including many from the immigrant community.
Eventually, I pursued my legal education at the J. Reuben Clark Law School of Brigham Young University. I was actively involved in the leadership of the law school’s Immigration Law Forum. My studies reflected my passion for immigration law and immigrant rights issues. While at law school, I was an intern for Wilner & O’Reilly. Additionally, I worked at an immigration clinic for the law school, providing immigration work and consultation for low-income clients.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading (especially Latin American literature), writing, and martial arts.