Raul O’Campo

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Raul has experience working as a Law Clerk with Wilcom Holdings in Los Angeles, where he conducted research, drafted memoranda and reviewed and summarized contracts for enterprises acquired by the telecommunications company.

He also served as Writing Tutor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, where he reviewed and analyzed the work of law students and instructed them in the proper formatting and use of legal citations. Also at Loyola, he was a Research Assistant for a professor of business law for whom he conducted research about trust law and revised drafts of his legal writings about collective actions in foreign bonds. Mr. Ocampo was also a Law Clerk for the Southern California Gas Company in Los Angeles. He conducted research, drafted motions and wrote minutes of contractor bidding negotiations for the utility’s new construction projects.

Before attending law school, Mr. Ocampo was a Corporate Services Associate for Ares Management in Los Angeles. It’s a global asset management outfit for which Mr. Ocampo supervised accounts and approved the supply orders of hundreds of employees. He also conducted vendor negotiations for the purchase and installation of office equipment.

Mr. Ocampo received his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. He was the recipient of Corporate Counsel and Mexican American Bar Foundations scholarships. He served as a Board Member for the Business Law Society and also was a member of La Raza de Loyola. Mr. Ocampo received his undergraduate degree from California State University, Northridge, where he was on the Dean’s List.

Mr. Ocampo speaks fluent Spanish and is also a former youth leader from Community Coalition’s Youth Program, SCYEA (South Central Youth Empowered through Action)

Mr. Ocampo received his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. He was the recipient of Corporate Counsel and Mexican American Bar Foundations scholarships. He served as a Board Member for the Business Law Society and also was a member of La Raza de Loyola. Mr. Ocampo received his undergraduate degree from California State University, Northridge, where he was on the Dean’s List.