J.D. Northeastern University School of Law (1997)
B.A., English Literature (with honors), Smith College
Leticia Medina-Richman worked at Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts for close to 10 years before the program joined with Western Massachusetts Legal Services to form Community Legal Aid in 2011. During her time with CLA, she specialized in landlord-tenant cases, foreclosure defense and housing discrimination. She has experience in housing, probate and superior court as well as various administrative forums.
Leticia began her tenure as the Managing Attorney of CWJC in January 2014. She oversees a growing staff of attorneys and paralegals practicing in the areas of immigration, employment, benefits, housing migrant worker and family law. She oversees the operations of CWJC’s offices in Worcester, Springfield, Northampton and Pittsfield.
Leticia is licensed to practice in Massachusetts and in the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts.