Mr. Agustin D. Orozco attended an FPOC admissions conference while he was an undergraduate student and assisted us in organizing our events at Loyola Law School. He is well-regarded for his active involvement in assisting current law students. Recently, La Raza de Loyola Law School’s 2014 graduating class honored Agustin for his ongoing support.
Agustin is the son of Mexican immigrants and is the first in his family to go to law school. As such, Agustin puts great value on giving back to the community. He is involved in various pipeline and mentoring programs, where he provides guidance to high school students in their pursuit of undergraduate and graduate degrees. He also has an active pro bono practice. As part of these efforts, he has helped obtain asylum and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status for unaccompanied minors.
Agustin is an Assistant United States Attorney. Previously, he was an associate in Crowell & Moring’s Government Contracts Group.
Agustin externed for the Honorable Barry Russell at the United States Bankruptcy Court in the Central District of California. During his time there, he prepared written analyses of daily law and motion matters and analyzed appellate materials. Agustin also interned at the National Immigration Law Center in Los Angeles while still attending law school.
As a graduate of Loyola Law School, Agustin was active in the Scott Moot Court Honors Board and the Young Lawyers Program. Additionally, he served as the co-president of La Raza de Loyola. Agustin obtained his undergraduate degree in economics from the University of California, San Diego where he received provost honors and was a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
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