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Renato Flores – Joseph V. Kaplan Workers’ Rights Fellow

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Renato Flores – Joseph V. Kaplan Workers’ Rights Fellow

Renato Flores

Renato Flores is the Joseph V. Kaplan Workers’ Rights Fellow at Bryan Schwartz Law. He is the third recipient of the Joseph V. Kaplan Workers’ Rights Fellowship, intended to train recent law school graduates dedicated to worker justice.

Mr. Flores received a law degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law with a Labor and Employment Law certificate. While in law school, Mr. Flores served as the Executive Editor of the USF Law Review and was the Vice President of Latinx Law Students Association. He also served as the Co-President of the Labor and Employment Law Students Association.

He was a law clerk for Legal Aid at Work, in the community services team, where he advocated for the rights of low-wage workers and represented a client before the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, winning a reversal of an overpayment claim. Mr. Flores also worked as a law clerk for the firm of Outten & Golden, providing legal research to attorneys in California and New York on an array of employment law issues to ensure fair treatment of workers. Mr. Flores served as a judicial extern with Judge Charles E. Wilson II (now Court of Appeal Justice Wilson) in the Santa Clara County Superior Court.

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Flores was engaged in supporting low-wage workers as an intern for California Rural Legal Assistance in Watsonville, CA, while obtaining his bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies from UC Santa Cruz. As a first-generation Mexican American, and a native Spanish Speaker, Mr. Flores spoke with many clients dealing with employment issues which resonated with his own life experiences. Coming from a low-income household, Mr. Flores understood all too well how one’s employment dictates how one can live their life. Helping individuals resolve these matters favorably can make an enormous difference in a person’s life and Mr. Flores seeks to continue to do that work at Bryan Schwartz Law.

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