Ms. Miranda earned her Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the nation’s number one ranked Yale Law School. Prior to her legal studies, she completed both her Master’s Degree in International Policy Studies and her Bachelor’s degree in Economics at Stanford University.
Ms. Miranda has an impressive resume both in and out of the law: she was a Finalist for the White House Fellowship Program under the Obama Administration, a top ten “Latina of the Year” for Latina Magazine in 2004, and a project manager for a non-profit dedicated to assisting at-risk youth in Colorado.
A daughter of immigrants, Ms. Miranda represented the United States in freestyle wrestling in the Olympic Games, securing the first American medal in her sport. She now continues her passion for supporting immigrant communities through her legal work.
Ms. Miranda is an upstanding member of the Monterey County Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyer’s Association, and is admitted to the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California.
When not in the courtroom, Patricia enjoys camping, tennis, and writing lists. Patricia is trilingual in English, Portuguese, and Spanish.
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