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Dynamic and service focused professional with diverse legal experience on various issues, ability to perform legal research, plan, and conduct sensitive and complex criminal investigations. Strategic thinker and highly analytical, with strong understanding of laws, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, and employment laws including NYS Human Rights Law, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, and FMLA. Highly reliable, maintains a high level of work ethics and dedication towards the work at hand. Self-motivated and dependable, with a team-oriented attitude possessing strong analytical and persuasive skills, coupled with excellent written and oral communication skills, fluent in English and Spanish.

Core Competencies
Project Management • Strategic Planning • Legal Research • Investigation Strategies and Tactics • Conflict Management
• Resource Planning • Workflow Scheduling • Reports & Presentation Development • Case Analysis


New York State Division of Human Rights • Buffalo, NY 08/2011 – Present
Human Rights Specialist I, Spanish Language
Handle negotiations of settlement agreements, and drafting of stipulation of settlements between complainants and respondents. Conduct investigations; develop strategies and tactics, and apply employment laws.
• Translate all Spanish-speaking intake interviews, fact-finding conferences, and correspondence for the Buffalo regional office.

Upper Manhattan Reentry Task Force • New York, NY 09/2010 – 11/2010
Legal Intern, Harlem Community Justice Center
Performed legal research and analysis on various issues including parole defined by the New York State Penal Law, parole sentences, parolee’s rights under the Fourth Amendment, and parole revocation process.
• Created a legal guide for individuals on parole entitled: Understanding Your Obligations and Rights on Parole in Manhattan.
• Translated the Upper Manhattan Re-entry Task Force Client Handbook from English to Spanish.

Gang Violence and Hate Crimes Bureau • Kew Gardens, NY 09/2009 – 12/2009
Legal Intern, Queens District Attorney’s Office
Appeared in court with Assistant District Attorney for Sandoval Hearing. Assisted in the second-chair trial; conducted legal research, prepared trial notebooks, exhibits, voir dire questions, opening statements, and summation arguments and jury instructions. Conducted interviews and translated victim interviews from English to Spanish.

Domestic Violence Court • Lansing, MI 05/2009 – 07/2009
Legal Clerk, Honorable Amy Krause, 54-A District Court
Assisted with sequestering jurors. Participated in mediation and arbitration with landlords and tenants, attended domestic violence review hearings and misdemeanor domestic violence trials.
• Prepared pre-argument memoranda of law for the Honorable Amy Krause.
• Created domestic violence presentation: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Survivors – Best Advocacy Practices within the Court System.


Joint Degree Program, 2010; Thomas M. Cooley Law School – Lansing, MI
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish (cum laude), 2004; University of Florida – Gainesville, FL
Concentration in Business Administration

MS Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook; Lexis Nexis; Westlaw; Summation Litigation Software


Member; New York County Lawyers’ Association; Member; New York State Bar Association

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