I am an environmental litigation and regulatory attorney at Beveridge & Diamond P.C. in Washington DC. Born in D.C., I grew up in Houston, attended college at Pomona College in Southern California, and returned to D.C. after college to work in political research and communications before becoming a lawyer. I attended law school at night while working full time for the AFL-CIO running their Political Department's research shop. I was lucky to land in an environmental law practice in a large firm after law school and then move to the preeminent environmental law firm of Beveridge & Diamond in 2014. In addition to my billable work, I am active with our firm's pro bono efforts. I focus most of my pro bono work on immigration related matters. Outside of work, I am an avid music fan and do what I can to support the vibrant independent music community in Washington D.C. My partner and I are also actively involved with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Fellowship that brought him to D.C. -- offering housing to Fellows each year and hosting backyard bbq's and other events for the Fellowship class each year.
Areas of Practice
Environment, Energy & Resources
I am the Vice-Chair of the Lunch & Learn Committee for the Women's Council on Energy & the Environment (WCEE). I participate on the Technology and Recruiting Committees for my firm. I am an active member of HBA-DC and HNBA.
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