Laura Enriquez is a Tucson native, born and raised. She attended the University of Arizona as an undergraduate and received her B.A. in Journalism. After some time in the print industry, she decided to attend law school. Her studies lead her to sunny San Diego, California where she attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law. While at Thomas Jefferson, she found her passion for serving her community and graduated with Pro Bono Honors in 2012. Following law school, Laura served the State of Arizona at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office for 7 years in its Child and Family Protection Division. During her time as an Assistant Attorney General, Laura represented the Department of Child safety in dependency cases of abuse and neglect. In 2018, Laura was awarded the Team Player Award for the Tucson Unit. Continuing with her commitment to child welfare, Laura works with the Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project on the Children’s Team in Tucson.
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