Alejandra Wehber Zuniga is an associate with Riley | Ersoff LLP. She’s a dual-licensed attorney, admitted to practice law in California and Mexico. Before joining Riley | Ersoff, Alejandra was a paralegal at a plaintiff’s personal injury firm. Alejandra has devoted her education and professional career to helping – and now representing – people who have been injured and ignored by others. Alejandra has worked as a paralegal for Loyola Law School’s Project for the Innocent, a legal clinic that provides free legal advice and representation to people who have been wrongfully convicted of a crime in California. Her work at the Project for the Innocent sparked a passion for justice that runs deep to this day.
Alejandra is a native of Tijuana, Mexico. She grew up in the world’s most transited land border, surrounded by the trials and tribulations of immigrants from across the globe trying to make a better life for themselves and their children. Alejandra has a deep sense of empathy for Latino and other minority families chasing the American dream – and zero tolerance for anyone who tries to take advantage of them.
California State Bar, admitted 2023
Loyola Law School – Master of Laws, 2021
Universidad Iberoamericana Tijuana – Bachelor of Laws, 2020
In her spare time, Alejandra enjoys spending time with her family in Mexico. She loves binge-watching shows and ordering takeout – preferably Thai curry. She speaks Spanish, English, French, and is now learning German after marrying her German/Jamaican husband. Alejandra loves to travel and learn from different cultures, as she believes that travel is the cure to ignorance.