Yesenia Rosas is Partner at the Ranchod Law Group. She is fluent in Spanish. She was born in Michoacan, Mexico, and immigrated into the United States in 1996. Being a first generation immigrant from Mexico, with farm-worker roots, she is passionate about helping other immigrants and personally understands the difficulties they face. Ms. Rosas strives to serve clients with compassion and respect.
Ms. Rosas began working with immigrant crime victims in 2013, while interning at the Immigration Center for Women and Children (ICWC) in Los Angeles. There, she discovered her passion for assisting underrepresented immigrants. Ms. Rosas worked in a variety of cases including U-visa, Vawa and DACA. Before ICWC, she did a total of four internships at the Placer County District Attorney’s Office in Roseville. There she got the opportunity to work with Victim/Witness Advocates assisting victims of crimes.
Ms. Rosas received her B.S. from California State University, Sacramento, where she was part of the College Assistance Migrant Program Organization of Students (CAMPOS) and the Education Opportunity Program (EOP). Wanting to pursue a legal education, Ms. Rosas attended Whittier Law School, in Costa Mesa, where she received her J.D. in 2013. While in law school, Ms. Rosas was part of the Hispanic American Law Student Society and the Trial Advocacy Honors Board. Mr. Rosas has been licensed by the California State Bar since 2014. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and attending Zumba classes. She spends her vacations scuba diving around the world.