Nathalia focuses on employment issues faced by low-wage Latinx workers in Nassau County, NY. She has filed charges of: discrimination based upon race, gender and pregnancy; retaliation; failure to pay wages; and unfair labor practices with the EEOC, the NYSDHR, the NLRB and the NYSDOL. She also has a special interest in government transparency and challenging the misidentification of Latinx youth as gang-affiliated.
Previously, Nathalia worked as a staff attorney at Bronx Legal Services focusing on eviction defense and affirmative litigation that advanced tenants’ rights. Nathalia graduated from CUNY School of Law in 2015. As a third-year law student she interned with LJP where her research and writing greatly contributed to a precedential decision holding that DACA recipients are eligible for admission to the New York State Bar.