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Alumni-Mentor-in-Residence Stacy Villalobos, JD’15, a Skadden Fellow at Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center (LAS-ELC), will be here to talk about her experiences and to recruit for LAS-ELC. Interested students should email Ms. Villalobos and include a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and transcript as soon as possible. She will schedule interview times herself.
Room 320F. Lunch provided.
Stacy Villalobos’ fellowship project at LAS-ELC focuses on representing low-wage, immigrant women workers in Fresno, Calif. She provides free legal services through the Workers’ Rights Clinic and through the Gender Equity and LGBT Rights and Immigration and National Origin programs. It’s the kind of advocacy that drew her to become a lawyer: supporting low-income workers, especially immigrant women, as they combat discrimination, sexual harassment, and other injustices in the workplace through litigation and direct legal services. Stacy also provides community education regarding the rights of immigrant workers, sexual assault and domestic violence survivors, and workers struggling with family and medical crises.
Stacy obtained her J.D. from Stanford Law School in 2015. While in law school, working with the Stanford Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, she represented clients in immigration court proceedings in San Francisco; she worked as a law clerk in the National Origin Program at LAS-ELC; and she split one summer between the ACLU of Southern California and Traber & Voorhees. She earlier worked as a legal fellow with Munger, Tolles & Olson on a range of corporate and pro bono matters. Stacy also holds a B.A. from Stanford University.