Admitted to the California Bar (2015)
Ms. Guevara Zamora represents Indian Tribal Governments in all areas of American Indian Law, including finance, economic development, commercial transactions, and internal tribal governance.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Guevara Zamora litigated employment law matters at a Sacramento-based law firm and worked as in-house counsel for the University of California, Davis. She also served as a high school English teacher for three years in California’s Coachella Valley.
During law school, Ms. Guevara Zamora was the student co-founder of King Hall’s Workers’ Rights Clinic, which provides free legal aid to aggrieved low-wage workers. She also volunteered at various legal workshops in the area of immigration law, and assisted victims of domestic violence through King Hall’s Family Protection and Legal Assistance Clinic.
Ms. Guevara Zamora draws from her multifaceted experience to find solutions that work for her clients. When not engaged in the practice of law, Ms. Guevara Zamora enjoys exploring northern California’s beautiful outdoor landscapes.
University of California, Davis School of Law (King Hall), Juris Doctor (2015)
University of California, Los Angeles, Bachelor of Arts in English Literature (2008)
Witkin Award, Commercial Arbitration (2014)
Trial Practice Honors Board, Member (2014-2015)
“PAGA: A Decade of Victories,” Plaintiff Magazine, Co-Author (2014)
California Employment Lawyers Association FAIR Employee Justice Fellowship, Recipient (2014)
Leadership Institute for Women of Color Attorneys, Inc., Scholarship Recipient (2014)
Sacramento County Bar Association Diversity Fellowship Program, Fellowship Recipient (2013).
Rosette, LLP (Present)
Porter Scott (2016-2017) University of California, Davis Office of the Campus Counsel (2015-2016)
Coachella Valley Unified School District (2009-2012).
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