Monica Vesga Alfaro concentrates her practice on general liability litigation. She has represented a broad range of clients in a variety of matters, including products and premises liability, personal injury cases, commercial real estate transactions, and landlord-tenant disputes. Monica also has experience litigating family law and immigration matters. She is involved in different aspects of litigation, including investigation, discovery and depositions, and pleading preparation. She has successfully argued dispositive motions.
While pursuing her JD from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, Monica received an outstanding award in pro bono. She was a staff editor of the Hastings International and Comparative Law Review, president of the Hastings International Human Rights Organization and a delegate of the Hastings to Haiti Partnership. During her last year in law school, Monica interned with a local non-profit where she conducted research on international peace, security and war crimes, and she presented her findings at the United Nations Human Rights Council.