Larissa M. Lozano

PRACTICE AREAS

  • Civil Rights
  • Sexual Violence
  • Law Enforcement Misconduct
  • Wrongful Death and Personal Injury
  • Children and Youth
  • Employment
  • Medical Malpractice
  • General Civil Litigation


EDUCATION

  • Trinity University, San Antonio, TX, B.A. (cum laude) 2013
  • University of New Mexico School of Law, J.D. 2016


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Board Member, Cuidando Los Ninos
  • Board Member, New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty
  • Former Vice President and Board Member, New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association
  • New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association
  • Hispanic National Bar Association


CONTACT

P 505-842-9960
20 First Plaza
Albuquerque, NM 87102

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Larissa M. Lozano practices in the areas of civil rights, sexual violence, law enforcement misconduct, wrongful death, children and youth, employment, medical malpractice and general civil litigation.

Larissa received her Bachelor of Arts with honors in psychology and Spanish from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. For her academic achievement, Larissa was awarded the President’s Scholarship during her full academic tenure. Larissa was also awarded the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Diversity Scholarship. Larissa was a member of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society. As part of her studies, Larissa spent time living in Seville, Spain and Madrid, Spain. For her rigorous devotion to multicultural studies, Larissa was awarded a full fellowship to work in Madrid, Spain at El Centro Hispano Paraguayo.

A native New Mexican, Larissa returned home to pursue her law degree at the University of New Mexico. During her time in law school, Larissa earned academic honors on both the Dean’s List and Honor Roll. Larissa served as the Professional Articles Editor for the New Mexico Law Review and had her casenote, which focused on free speech in public schools, published within the Law Review.  Larissa also served as a member of the University of New Mexico School of Law Admissions Committee. Additionally, she competed in the Hispanic National Bar Association’s Moot Court program and received top honors for Best Written Brief.

After spending several years as an associate attorney at one of the most effective civil rights firms in New Mexico, Larissa joined Freedman Boyd Hollander Goldberg Urias & Ward. In her spare time, Larissa volunteers in the New Mexico community, including spending her time as a Board Member for Cuidando Los Ninos and as a Board Member for the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty. Larissa is also the Former Vice President and Board Member of the New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association. She is also a member of the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association and the Hispanic National Bar Association. Larissa is deeply devoted to New Mexico and believes in justice for its people; she is honored to serve as a strong advocate for individuals in their time of need.

Larissa is licensed to practice in New Mexico, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico, and Colorado.


PRACTICE AREAS

  • Civil Rights
  • Sexual Violence
  • Law Enforcement Misconduct
  • Wrongful Death and Personal Injury
  • Children and Youth
  • Employment
  • Medical Malpractice
  • General Civil Litigation


EDUCATION

  • Trinity University, San Antonio, TX, B.A. (cum laude) 2013
  • University of New Mexico School of Law, J.D. 2016


PROFESSINAL ACTIVITIES

  • Board Member, Cuidando Los Ninos
  • Board Member, New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty
  • Former Vice President and Board Member, New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association
  • New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association
  • Hispanic National Bar Association


CONTACT

P 505-842-9960
20 First Plaza
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Email Us

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