In August, 1934, my grandfather took on a pro bono case in front of the Supreme Court. He represented Angelo Herndon, a Black man who had been sentenced to 18 to 20 years on the Georgia chain gang for "possessing radical literature.” After the first argument in 1935, the Supreme Court denied Mr. Herndon's appeal by a vote of 6 to 3 (Justices Brandeis, Cardozo and Stone dissenting). My grandfather went back and argued the case again in February 8, 1937 – and this time, the Court ruled in his favor by a vote of 5 to 4, and Mr. Herndon was freed
I was a teenager when my grandfather died, so the impact of his work didn't really resonate with me until years later.
But he inspired my whole family: my late uncle was U.S attorney in New York, my cousin does appellate work, and my brother and sister-in-law were assistant U.S attorneys in New York. Their high standards and ethics infuse everything I do and I strive to live up to their good work.
We are a female-owned Spanish-speaking family law firm in Greensboro, North Carolina. We are dedicated to the wellbeing of children and families and to making the process easier and more understandable for anyone going through a family law case. Our office is located downtown, not far from Blandwood mansion.
I got my bachelor’s degree in fine arts, and was a photographer and writer for most of my life. I made a conscious decision NOT to pursue the law in my 20s. At the time, the law seemed like it might be too corporate a path for me, despite my keen interest in it. However, I never completely let go of that dream.
After I became a parent, I realized that becoming an attorney was the best way for me to put into action what I believe, which is that to be of service to other people is the most fulfilling thing I could ever do.
I am the youngest of five kids, and consider every family to be a work of art, even when a family has to be glued back together after something (or someone) breaks. It is still a work of art, just beautiful in a new way.
I was born and raised in a small town in Upstate New York, and graduated summa cum laude from Elmira College with a degree in Anthropology and Sociology. I studied abroad in the Galapagos Islands and Brazil. After college, I moved to Charlotte, NC to escape the snowy winters of New York.
I have always been drawn to helping others and decided to go to law school because I feel strongly about access to justice.
At Elon Law I belonged to the Criminal Law Society, the Public Interest Law Society, and the Community Inclusion Committee. I interned at the school’s Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic, providing legal services to low-income refugees and asylum seekers.
My boyfriend and I have five cats- Lola, Ruth, Marshall, Brett, and Mr. Rogers. In my free time, I also enjoy traveling, reading, and cooking.
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My passion for helping people began at a young age. I moved to the US from Lima, Peru when I was 10 years old, and I helped my family learn English, then helped them start a small company which is now established in Winston Salem. I graduated from UNCG Bryan School of Business in 2017 with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. I also have my paralegal certification from Greensboro College, and I am currently working on being accepted into law school.
I believe helping one person might not change the whole world, but it can change the world for one person. That is why I love my job at Camino Law. In my free time, I love to travel with my husband and two sons and our extended family.
I was born in Houston, Texas, and I am the youngest of eight kids. Since I come from such a big family, one of my favorite things to do as a child was to play with my older siblings.
I went to school in Mexico City to study accounting and then moved to North Carolina and attended Guilford Community College and received my certification as a Executive Administrative Assistant.
I have worked in the legal field for more than 6 years and one of my favorite things about my work is to be of service to people when they are in a difficult place. I love how our whole team comes together to help and to support our clients. Also, we get so excited and cheer when we get good news about a resolution for our clients!
My husband and I have three grown children and a dog named Roxy. In my free time I like to volunteer in the community and spend time with my family. I also like to travel, to eat, read, and go for a run.