Dilworth Paxson's Lorena L. Trujillo Recognized As One of The Region’s Top Latino Lawyers By AL DÍA News


January 17, 2017 (Philadelphia, PA) - Dilworth Paxson LLP is pleased to announce that Firm partner Lorena L. Trujillo was one of seven law professionals named as a “Champion of Justice” by AL DÍA News. AL DÍA is a Philadelphia-based news organization with an increasingly national scope and reach that showcases the fullness of the Latino experience in the United States, fostering engagement and driving a new American narrative.

Lorena was honored at the inaugural Emerging Lawyers Luncheon on January 12 where she and her colleagues were recognized as the region’s top Latino Lawyers for their outstanding professional accomplishments that have contributed to diversity in Philadelphia.

Lorena focuses her practice on real estate, securitization, and finance, representing servicers of commercial mortgage loans in structured-finance transactions. Lorena also provides pro bono services for the Supervision to Aid Reentry (STAR) Program, a federal reentry court initiative that assists ex-offenders with education, training, employment, and other needs to successfully transition back into their communities.

Lorena earned her J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law in 2006. She is a member of the Texas Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Philadelphia Bar Association. 

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