Luisa Enriquez is licensed to practice law by the State of New York. She graduated from Penn State Dickinson School of Law in 2011, and holds a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from Lafayette College. While in law school, she was awarded the Cherie Millage Public Interest Fellowship, which she used to provide pro bono assistance to detained individuals in removal proceedings, and was certified as a Public Interest Advocate.
Prior to law school, Luisa spent several years at the United Nations working on environmental protection, human rights, and civil rights policy. She also spent three years in orchestra management with the New York Philharmonic. Luisa speaks Spanish fluently. Her parents and uncles were immigrants from Spain and Mexico, so she feels both a personal connection and a strong sense of responsibility to her family-based immigration clients.
Her interests include classical guitar, foreign languages, and international travel.