My intellectual property practice focuses on high-technology patent litigation and post-grant proceedings before the U.S Patent and Trademark Office. My approach to litigation is shaped by a diverse set of experience, from structural biology science research to judicial clerkship experience.
I enjoy volunteering with the Colorado Lawyers Committee where I assist the Colorado community with immigration related matters. I also volunteer as a Spanish Interpreter during Denver Legal Nights.
I was born and raised in Ensenada, Mexico. I became a United States citizen in May 2023.
I look forward to getting involved with the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association. I would like to learn more about the leadership opportunities with CHBA and whether there is a role I could contribute to promote the mission and goals of CHBA.
I am a graduate of the University of Colorado Law School. There, I was Article Editor of the Colorado Technology Law Journal, a Leader in Law and Community (LILAC) fellow, and completed 350+ Public Service hours.
I have three years of work experience as a microbial pathogenesis researcher with the Putkatzki Laboratory at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. I hold a Master of Science in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry with a focus on structural biology, genetic engineering, microbial pathogenesis and antibiotic development from Simon Fraser University-Vancouver, Canada.
I came to the United States to pursue a college education at Colorado State University-Fort Collins. There, I completed the English as a Second Language Program and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences.
Dedicated to the advancement of Hispanics in the legal profession and improving the life of the Hispanic community in Colorado.