Ana Graciela Nájera Mendoza is dedicated to representing clients in the pursuit of their constitutional and statutory rights. A native Spanish speaker, she has worked with clients from diverse backgrounds. She has represented employees across a broad spectrum of industries in vindicating their labor and employment claims, including restaurant workers, police officers, hotel workers, professors, factory workers, and human resources executives. She has also worked on impact litigation involving voting rights, First Amendment issues, education policy, and immigrants’ rights.
Ana received her J.D. from UCLA School of Law in 2014 and her B.A. in Political Science and Latin American Studies, with a minor in Hispanic Studies, from Macalester College in 2006. Ana received the Presidential Leadership Award at Macalester, which was granted by the Office of the President of the college.
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