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Apr. 22, 2024

Practice What You Preach

The municipal law specialists at the OMLO firm celebrate diversity and inclusion in practice.

From left, Stephanie Vasquez, Paloma Perez-McEvoy and Stephanie Arechiga. Photo: Justin L. Stewart / Special to the Daily Journal

Born and raised in southeast Los Angeles, Stephanie Vasquez grew up not too far from Bell Gardens, where she now serves as city attorney.

"Working with the communities in this region and working with minority population communities - it really hits home with me," Vasquez said. "My family is also living in this area. My friends - they're all here. ... It makes me feel like I'm not just helping the cities, but I'm also helping my... (continued)

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