Attorney at Law
Wife, mother, and cycling instructor
I received my undergraduate degree at the University of Oregon and remained in Eugene, Oregon to attend law school at the University of Oregon School of Law.
I am licensed to practice in Oregon and the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. I am also a member of the Oregon State Bar, the United States District Court for the District of Oregon, Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, American Association for Justice, and American Immigration Lawyers Association.
During law school I had the guidance of my mentor, friend and a woman I consider family, Administrative Law Judge, Claudette McWilliams who helped, encouraged and guided me throughout law school and my career. While in law school, I was trained to teach group fitness classes; specifically cardio kick boxing, and later became a certified spinning and cycling instructor.
After law school I went to work for Squires & Lopez as a criminal defense attorney and gained a knowledgeable mentor and lifetime friend with The Honorable Angel Lopez, Multnomah Circuit Court Judge. I later expanded my practice to personal injury and thereafter started a bilingual law firm. I represent people in personal injury, catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, and criminal defense.
I married my college sweetheart and later had a daughter. As a family we enjoy being active and outdoors ranging anywhere from riding our bikes to skiing, and enjoy watching the ducks play football at Autzen Stadium. I have seen the benefits and rewards of being fluent in English and Spanish and have passed along this tradition to my daughter. I am proud to say that my daughter is not only learning English and Spanish but also Chinese at a mandarin immersion school.
4915 SW Griffith Dr, Suite 216
Beaverton, OR 97005
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