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How Our Professionals Give Back

Javier Alvarez currently serves as a board member of LatinoJustice (LJ). Through his work on the board, Javier helps to promote civil rights and legal education. He is currently a member of the Audit Committee and Litigation Committee. He is excited to be part of an organization that changes people’s lives by promoting the rights of Latinos and other minority groups as well as building a platform for the next generation of Hispanic community leaders.

About LatinoJustice

For the past 40 years, LatinoJustice has been changing the way Latinos live their lives in the United States and the way our country has lived up to its ideals. LJ has been litigating precedent-setting cases across the country and training young people to be leaders in their community. LJ has profoundly improved the way Latinos are treated in US society, working to ensure that they have more opportunities for political, economic, social, and educational equality. Their main objectives are (1) civil rights involving issues of immigration, voting rights, criminal reform, and economic; and (2) legal education from LSAT prep courses, student services, leadership programs, and other educational programs.

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Immigration protest signs. Speaker at LationJustice podium presenting the benefits DACA recipients provide to the United States. Lawyer helping woman fill out a form. Man walked the flooded streets of Puerto Rico, destroyed homes in the background, after a hurricane Read heard with illustrations of hand and the words Help Puerto Rico. Women taking notes at a conference. Sign that reads Stop the Raids on Latino Families