Juan C. Flores graduated from the University of San Francisco Law School, where he was the Executive Editor of the USF Law Review and served as President of the Labor & Employment Law Students’ Association.
Juan has always worked to help marginalized people. Before law school, Juan worked doing community outreach to engage individuals in HIV care, testing and prevention services as well as in securing transitional and permanent housing. During law school, Juan continued his commitment to helping others, through his work as Legal Aid in the Community Legal Services and LGBT & Gender Equity Programs, and in wage and hour. Additionally, Juan worked in the Immigration Deportation Defense Clinic for individuals applying for asylum and withholding of removal.
Juan’s previous work, coupled with his Spanish/English bilingualism has enabled him to be impactful since joining Arns Davis Law, where he assists in their personal injury and workers’ compensation claims.
Memberships: Consumer Attorneys of California, California Applicants’ Attorney Association
Selected Publications and Presentations
- “12 Months, 12 Weeks, 1250 Hours, 75 Miles, and 50 Employees: Why the Numbers of the FMLA Don’t Add Up for New Parents of Color and Low-Wage Workers”
USF L. Rev., Vol. 54
- “AB 51: Past and Future”
Cal Lawyers Assoc.: Labor & Employment Law Review, Vol 33 (with Matthew Helland)