Zaida Rivera is the proud daughter of hardworking Mexican immigrants and an immigrant herself. She received her B.A. in international relations and Spanish from Gonzaga University and her juris doctor from the University of Idaho College of Law where he gained experience in the Immigration Litigation & Appellate Clinic and served as an executive editor for the crit, A Critical Legal Studies Journal.
Zaida is a licensed attorney who has civil litigation experience as an immigration practitioner. Zaida’s most recent position was as a practitioner in residence for the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at Seton Hall Law School where she assisted in supervision of clinic students. Zaida served as a pro bono coordinating attorney at Kids in Need of Defense in Seattle and in New York, and as staff attorney for the NW Immigrant Rights Project in Seattle, WA. Zaida enjoys coordinating and volunteering at legal clinics.
Contracts: Transactional Law