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Aparicio Mercado Law

Attorney Julia Aparicio-Mercado graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a bachelors of arts degree in political science. During law school, Attorney Mercado interned at the Los Angeles Immigration Court, Executive Office of Immigration Review where she worked closely with several judges. Ms. Mercado also participated in Loyola Law School’s Center for Conflict Resolution which specializes in cost effective alternative dispute resolution. Ms. Mercado graduated from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 2004, and is a member of the State Bar of California.

Ms. Mercado is also admitted to practice law in the Federal Central District Court of California.

Attorney Mercado is well versed in the practice of employment law, civil litigation, and business law. Ms. Mercado also practices immigration law in the areas of family petitions, cancellation of removal, bail hearings, and asylum. In 2009, Ms. Mercado opened her own law offices where she has assisted and counseled countless small business owners, wrongfully terminated employees, and plaintiffs and defendants alike. Ms. Mercado has solid and practical experience in dispute resolution, small business start up and aggressive litigation. Her experience in the law and dedication to clients assures that her clients are in good hands.

Aparicio-Mercado Law, L.C. also understands the importance of giving back to the community. Ms. Mercado has donated her time through groups such as SCORE Los Angeles- counselors to America’s Small Business and the Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project.

We are conveniently located in the very center of the Greater Los Angeles Area. We offer evening appointments upon request for our clients. We also provide free phone and e-mail consultations. We provide affordable services and offer payment plans to our clients. Cash, checks, cashiers check and money orders are accepted.

Education:
University of California Berkeley, B.A. degree in Political Science, 1999.
Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, Juris Doctorate, 2004.

Languages:
Spanish, English

Practice Areas:
Employment Law
Business Law
Civil Litigation

 

 

 

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