I have been with the Claypool Law Firm for nine years. My passion has always been to help people with an honest approach and a human connection. It is the reason why I attended Clark University, a small liberal arts college in Massachusetts and earned my Juris Doctor from Trinity Law School, a small Christian law school in Orange County. I can recall one particular day when my law school professor asked the class what we were going to do to help make the world a better place with our law degree. In that moment, I knew that I really wanted to be an advocate to help people. It was serendipitous that I found a posting for a small civil rights law firm after graduating. Brian and I instantly connected due to our faith and family values. Since joining the Claypool Law Firm, I have been fortunate to help victims of sexual abuse, bullying, and police misconduct. It is my goal to give our clients a voice by advocating for them and helping them through a very difficult time and situation in the most painless manner possible. I share the firm's passion for bringing about social change, which is at the heart of every case that I take on.
I am bilingual in both English and Spanish and am committed to leveraging my passion and energy to help members of the Hispanic community overcome difficult legal challenges.