I grew up in a family that frequently moved throughout the U.S. No matter where we traveled, though, I noticed an unnerving trend — a trend of blatant inequality. All over the country, I saw hardworking folks suffering under a system designed to favor those who have over those who don’t.
As I got older, I came to realize that the only recourse for those facing injustice was getting to have their day in court. I decided to become an attorney so that I could help them do just that.
It has been decades since I first set out to become a lawyer, but to this day, my favorite part of the job is still the clients. Over the years, I have had the privilege of representing thousands of working families. In addition to being their legal counsel, I've gotten to know so many of them, and my life is better for it.
I don’t make promises lightly. When I say 'we’re on it,' my clients know that we’re going to get the job done.