Crystal was born and raised in South Padre Island, Texas. She studied at the University of Texas at Austin and graduated in December of 2021. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and History, making her the first woman in her family to graduate college.
During her time in undergrad, she was a member of Partners Against Child Trafficking and a mentor in the Foundation Scholars Program. The Foundation Scholars Program holds a special place in Crystals heart, as she was able to mentor low-income, first-generation college students, such as herself, to ensure they graduated in the traditional four-year period.
Crystal’s passion towards helping immigrants stems from growing up in a predominately Hispanic town and being the daughter of an immigrant herself.
Jocelyn attended Sam Houston State University where she received her bachelor's degree in Victims Studies with a minor in Criminal Justice. During her time in undergraduate, Jocelyn spent her time volunteering at various shelters that assisted women and children within the community and the families of those who are incarcerated. After graduating, Jocelyn accepted a legal position at a nonprofit organization where she provided low-cost legal resources to those within Williamson and Travis County. Jocelyn received her paralegal certification at the University of Texas, extended campus program. As a first-generation daughter of an immigrant herself, Jocelyn is passionate about assisting those in need and ensuring everyone has the same opportunity for help, regardless of their status.
Loren received her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in College Station and went on to get her law degree from Texas A&M School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas. During her time in law school, Loren went on several research trips in Mexico to study post-deportation and the response of the Mexican government to the influx of new citizens. After law school, Loren worked for an Employment Based Immigration firm in Dallas before moving to Austin. She has always wanted to help immigrants, as the daughter of an immigrant herself. Working with Asylum Seekers is one way that Loren has dedicated herself to ensuring that those who come looking for help have a chance of finding it.
In her free time, Loren enjoys exploring Austin with her wife, looking for new restaurants or hiking trails.
Tania received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas in Austin, TX and went on to get her Law Degree from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. After graduating from law school, Tania accepted a position with a state senator and worked during the 82nd Legislative Session. Next, Tania worked at the Office of the Attorney General in the child support division and went on to work as the lead staff attorney at The Bernardo Kohler Center, a non-profit organization. Tania enjoys working with other non-profits to assist at risk-youth in obtaining education and social services to meet their needs. Tania is dedicated towards providing fair, ethical, and timely legal service.
Licensed in the State of Texas
Admitted in the Western District of Texas
Bachelor of Business, The University of Texas at Austin, 2006
Doctor of Jurisprudence, Texas Tech University, 2010
Volunteer Legal Services (VLS) “Representing Unaccompanied Alien Children at Master Calendar hearings in Immigration Court” (2015)
“Brown Bag Lunch” CLE Series for 126th District Court (2015)
Poverty Law Conference (2014)
Children at Risk/SIJS seminar presentation (2014)
Representing Minors in Special Immigrant Juvenile Cases at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, PC (2014)
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