Maritza Klinefelter of Law Offices of Maritza Flores Klinefelter received her bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley and immediately began working for L.A. County courts. She then enlisted in the US Army, returned from training and was hired as a courtroom clerk for the next 5 years. While working full time she attended law school part time at Pacific Coast University School of Law in Long Beach, CA. She subsequently worked for OC Courts as a Courtroom Operations Supervisor. It was not until OC courts had budget cuts that she had the free time to prepare for the bar exam. She has been in solo practice for a little over one year.
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Fail fast to succeed faster
- Maritza tells us that she quickly became aware that one phone line wasn’t going to cut it. She still wonders how many clients she lost because she wasn’t ready for the influx of customers.
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- Listen as Maritza tells us about discovering that she had outgrown her little office and how she just leased a new much larger office.
- Maritza discusses the value that she has derived from her weekly live broadcast radio appearance on Univision 101.9‘s morning show El Bueno, La Mala, y El Feo.
- Hear Maritza tell about writing a chapter in an upcoming book on the legal rights, if any, of parents with minor and adult children who are drug addicts.
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