Sulma Medoza Esq. JAMLAC’s Immigration Director, won the Thomas E. Green Award

Sulma Medoza Esq. JAMLAC’s Immigration Director, won the Thomas E. Green Award

We are beyond happy to announce that Sulma Mendoza Esq., JAMLAC’s Immigration Director, won the Thomas E. Green Award in recognition for her outstanding and caring services to victims of crime in the 17th Judicial District.

Sulma, is not only the co-founder of the JAMLAC and our Immigration Director, she is a light of hope for many of the people who surround her. During COVID, she went above and beyond to learn how the pandemic was directly affecting victims and how our legal services could best help victims during this difficult time.

Having come to this country at a young age, SuIma experienced many of the immigrant struggles. Relating to the immigrant community is not something that can be taught, but lived. Sulma constantly demonstrates her commitment to the needs and rights of survivors by diligently advocating for immigrant survivors through her legal expertise and her compassionate character.

Sulma provides direct full representation to 17th JD victims who are eligible for immigration relief based on their victimization. She uses her own experiences to provide exceptional direct services when working with the immigrant population in her community.

Sulma uses her position as an attorney to promote and increase awareness of the injustices victims face and their rights. Regularly, she teaches the intricacies of domestic violence and victimization. She is a role model for our staff, other attorneys, victim advocates, and others in the community.

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