Rosa Sanchez-Ervin, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at the Law Offices of Bradford & Barthel, recently won some recognition from several California state lawmakers and local attorneys for helping low-income clients with pro bono legal representation.
Sanchez-Ervin performed anywhere from about 2 to 4.5 hours of work each Saturday for the Inland Empire Latino Lawyers Association, Inc. in 2021, and estimates that she did well over 80 hours of work last year for the community. She helped a multitude of low-income clientele from a variety of backgrounds with family law, landlord-tenant disputes, and restraining orders.
California State Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Gomez Reyes (D-Colton), Assemblyman Jose Medina (D-Riverside), and the California Lawyers’ Association all took note of her work and issued awards to her that honored her for her pro bono work in the community. Sanchez-Ervin has been doing pro bono work in the community for a few years now.
“I enjoy doing pro bono work because I really enjoy helping people that need the most assistance and cannot afford it,” she said. “They are all very thankful and grateful and it makes me feel thankful and grateful as well.”
Rosa Sanchez-Ervin is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion at the Law Offices of Bradford & Barthel, and is also a partner at the firm’s Ontario office. If you have any questions about workers’ compensation defense issues, please feel free to contact her at email@example.com or at 909.476.0552.
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