- J.D., The University of California, Davis, 2020
- B.A. in International Studies and Advertising and Public Relations, Loyola University Chicago, 2013
- Fluent in Spanish
- Member of the California Bar
- Focus on family and humanitarian immigration matters
At the University of California, Davis (King Hall), Ms. Mojica’s main area of interests included immigrants’ rights, child welfare, human rights, and education equity, and she dedicated her education, internships, and focus to that end. In law school, she gained practical training at the renowned UC Davis Immigration Law Clinic, where she provided counseling to migrant families seeking various forms of relief, including U Visa, VAWA, Humanitarian Parole, Family-Based, Naturalization, Cancellation of Removal, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, and Asylum. Her internships and externships at the ACLU of Northern California, Human Rights First, Bet Tzedek, the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, exposed her to U.S. immigration policy and deepened her experience in affirmative and defensive matters.
As a student at King Hall, Ms. Mojica was the Managing Editor of the Immigration and Nationality Law Review where she focused her legal research on undocumented-children’s rights to a public-school education, as well as the international human rights protection of the Venezuelan diaspora. She served as Co-President of the Immigration law Association and completed pro bono work for organizations such as Sanctuary for Families, the Urban Justice Center, Legal Services of Northern California, and received the Pro Bono, Immigration Law, and Public Service Law Certiﬁcates for her demonstrated commitment. Between 2018 and 2020, Ms. Mojica made three trips to Tijuana, Mexico, and joined the non-profit, Al Otro Lado, to provide emergency legal aid and humanitarian support to asylum-seekers from all over the world. She was recognized with the Outstanding Clinical Student Award, and the Martin Luther King, Jr., Service Award, and awarded the Justice John Paul Stevens Fellowship and the University of Michigan Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Fellowship.
After completing law school, Ms. Mojica was admitted to the California Bar, and worked as an attorney at Immigrant Defenders Law Center in Los Angeles. Since joining the firm of Antone, Casagrande & Adwers, Ms. Mojica has been practicing in the areas of family, humanitarian, and business immigration, with a focus on family matters.