The law firm of Escovar & Avila would like to introduce one of our Legal Assistants, Viridiana Ordonez. She grew up in Downtown Los Angeles and studied at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. She double majored in English and Government and graduated in May 2016. During her time in college, Ms. Ordonez volunteered in the Afterschool Kids Program (ASK), a program dedicated to reducing the school-to-prison pipeline by providing one-on-one tutoring to children already exposed to the court system. She also participated in the Georgetown Jumpstart program. As part of the program, she worked in underserved preschools with children to help them build language and literacy skills.
Upon graduating from Georgetown, Ms. Ordonez joined the team at Escovar & Avila, LLP as a Legal Assistant. She focuses on the post-conviction cases and interacts with clients and the court daily. Ms. Ordonez hopes to go to law school and continue helping people as an attorney. She enjoys working on each case and learning about the legal system and our clients.
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