Ernesto Sanchez is licensed to practice law in California. Ernesto has been an attorney since 2011 and specializes in employment law matters. Before that, Ernesto worked as a communications specialist for the Partnership for Working Families, a national network of leading regional advocacy organizations who support innovative solutions to our nation’s economic and environmental problems. Prior to attending law school, Ernesto worked as a legal investigator for the California Appellate Project, a non-profit corporation established by the State Bar of California as a legal resource center to implement the constitutional right to counsel for indigent persons facing execution.
Ernesto received a Human Communications degree from California State University, Monterey Bay and a law degree from New College of California School of Law in San Francisco, California.
Ernesto was born and raised in Watsonville, California. His parents emigrated from Mexico in search of better jobs and better lives for themselves and their children. Ernesto speaks Spanish fluently. Ernesto loves to spend time with his children, the outdoors, and practices the cello when time permits.
Ernesto Sanchez is a Spanish speaking attorney.
DISCLAIMER: This is an advertisement. Ernesto Sanchez is responsible for the content of this advertisement. The statements contained on this page do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter. The general rights listed are not meant to be exclusive, and rights described may or may not apply to your situation. To learn what your rights are, contact an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.