Ivette graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 2016 with a major in Sociology and
minor in Legal Studies. Ivette joined Liberation Law Group, P.C., in 2017 with the purpose of helping
underrepresented individuals in immigration, social justice, and employment issues.
Born and raised in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, California; Ivette has experienced firsthand the effects of living in a marginalized community and can identify with clients. Ivette’s father is from Zacatecas,
Mexico and Ivette’s mother is from Jalisco, Mexico. Ivette enjoys traveling, going to concerts, and
listening to punk rock music.
Prior to joining Liberation Law Group, P.C. Ivette interned with LULAC (League of United Latin American
Citizens) the oldest Hispanic civil rights organization in the United States. Ivette also interned at the
headquarters of the National Immigration Forum in Washington, D.C. The “Forum” advocates for
immigration reforms and provides support and resources to immigrant communities across the United
States. Ivette also served an investigator at the Santa Cruz County Public Defender’s office and provided
quality representation to indigent criminal clients.
Ivette Olguin is a Spanish speaking legal assistant.
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