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Be a Goal-Digger: Setting and Achieving in 2017

I remember checking my first semester law school grades and thinking, “hmmm, not great.” Surprisingly, I did not have a freak out when my grades were not so fantastic. And although I tried to alter some things second semester, I still didn’t seem to get it. It wasn’t until I completely revamped my studying style… Continue reading Be a Goal-Digger: Setting and Achieving in 2017

Issues · Law School

Walkout: How Protests Lead to Increase Access to Education

There is a meme going around that shows two versions of Latinos: one is a group of college grads and the others are protesters. The image reads that the graduates’ actions (of going to school) speaks louder than the protesters. The idea being that we should keep our heads down, do the work, and our… Continue reading Walkout: How Protests Lead to Increase Access to Education

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La Lucha Sigue: The 2016 Election To-Do List

I’ve had some time to think about moving forward and the aftermath of this election. I’m still taking calls from terrified community members, unsure of what the next few months will hold. And really it’s beyond immigration, with a white supremacist/wife beater on staff and sexual predator as executive, I don’t know how my clients… Continue reading La Lucha Sigue: The 2016 Election To-Do List

Issues · Legal Practice

Latinas at Work: Working Hard for Half the Recognition

There was a recent a study conducted on Latinas in the corporate world.  The study found that Latinas are more likely to feel like they have to work harder than colleagues to be taken seriously. There is a fear of being seen as “too Latina” and a great effort to downplay our otherness at work.… Continue reading Latinas at Work: Working Hard for Half the Recognition