Since 2019, Pablo has directed the agency’s client legal services, after spending eight years as a staff attorney for 1736 Family Crisis Center. His experience includes mentoring students through co-teaching at LMU School of Education and supervising volunteers, interns, paralegals, and legal assistants. To guarantee the program continually provides quality services rooted in best practices, Pablo ensures that staff maintain active licenses and receive continued training. He brings 16 years of domestic violence/family law experience, including in divorce, paternity cases, restraining orders, immigration, special education, disability rights, court representation, and client advocacy. He is fluent in spoken and written English and Spanish and is trained in CA state mandated sexual assault and human trafficking 40-hour trainings.