Gloria graduated summa cum laude and in the top 3 of her class from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law.  During law school, she served as Note Editor for the Arizona Law Review, Fellow for the Child & Family Law Clinic, Student Fellow for the Bar and Academic Success Office, as well as a teaching fellow for several substantive law courses.  She also participated in the Intellectual Property Clinic and trademark moot court competition, earning a certificate in Intellectual Property Law.

With a background in social work and juvenile court representation, Gloria approaches the law with a developed compassion and understanding for the human-side of legal issues.  She’s learned to communicate with people in often highly stressful moments and successfully argue motions for her clients.  Gloria has a particular passion for constitutional law, especially first amendment issues.

In her free time, Gloria likes to read science fiction novels, write songs with her guitar, and watch old episodes of Survivor. 



  • CALI Award for Excellence
    • Copyright
    • Evidence
    • Professional Responsibility
    • Freedom of Expression
    • Trademark & Unfair Competition
  • 2022 Cohn and Dorsett Award
  • American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Award
  • James E. Rogers College of Law Award in Scholastic Merit