“There really isn’t any other service out there like JusticeforMe.”
Ofelia B. Delgado was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas by a single, immigrant mother. She learned from her mother that an honest day’s work was admirable and that accomplishments were realized through hard work and dedication. She is the only female among her siblings and the first in her family to earn a college degree. From a young age she learned the value of hard work, perseverance and the virtue of helping others. As an advocate of justice, she takes pride in building a case and achieving fairness for her clients.
Ms. Delgado earned her Juris Doctor degree from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. Her Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Throughout her college career, she volunteered countless hours in public interest organizations, founded and co-founded several projects and she worked throughout it all. She appreciates challenge and is skilled at putting her knowledge into action.
Prior to law school, Ms. Delgado worked in non-profits that focused on children, families and economic development. In law school, she served as a Student Practitioner where she practiced law under the supervision of a licensed attorney in the Immigration and Employment Law Clinics at the Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice. She volunteered for the Worker’s Justice Project where she provided legal representation to workers in wage claims for unpaid wages. Upon graduating from law school, she was a staff attorney in a workers’ compensation law firm in San Antonio, Texas, where she went up against big insurance companies defending injured workers. She went on to work for an immigration law office representing children and families who sought legal relief to remain in the United States. Ms. Delgado’s determination and practical approach have resulted in many successful cases.
Ms. Delgado’s lifelong goal was to be an attorney and start her own law office. She is committed to her clients and works tirelessly to represent their best interest. She is reliable, trustworthy, and tough because of her upbringing. Ms. Delgado won’t back down and success for her clients is her top priority.
University of Wisconsin