Office Manager  Frida Aguilar


Born and raised in the City of Los Angeles. 

Frida Aguilar comes from a Salvadoran

immigrant family that has motivated her to assist

the immigrant community.


She's been with the Diamante Law Group

since 2017 and has witnessed the injustice

of the Trump administration firsthand and has

become more impassioned about helping

others because of it. She is the lead

administrator for the firm.

             Lead Paralegal  Elizabeth  Mendoza 


Born and raised in Argentina, Mrs. Mendoza obtained her degree in the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina and joined the Diamante Law Group in 2008 as a paralegal.

She enjoys helping the immigration community and has learned to love the diversity and culture of others.

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Attorney Eric Lee

Eric Lee is an immigration attorney with a focus on appellate advocacy at the Ninth Circuit and Board of Immigration Appeals. Mr. Lee’s legal efforts halted the 2017 deportation of a Los Angeles father who was on his way to drop of his daughter at school when ICE arrested him; the case was one of the first internationally-recognized setbacks for Donald Trump's nationwide attack on immigrant rights.

Among his other high-profile victories, Mr. Lee secured permanent residency for an undocumented spouse of an individual impacted by the Adam Walsh Act, despite immigrant advocates calling this "virtually impossible." In addition, Mr. Lee successfully reopened a matter of a father wrongfully convicted of a felony, thus removing the immediate threat of deportation. Mr. Lee also won back the permanent residency of a Southeast Asian immigrant detained by ICE in 2018 and scheduled for deportation to a country of which he had no memory. In 2018 he served as an attorney-monitor of a Texas child detention center as part of the Flores settlement and helped reveal the abuse of child detainees by Southwest Key.

Mr. Lee has represented clients from six continents, and none have been deported. He has never lost a case that he was involved in before the Circuit or District courts. He joined the Michigan bar in 2015 after graduating cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School. He is fluent in Spanish.

                Court Paralegal Gandell Guzman


Born in Montebello and raised in Pico Rivera, California to Mexican Parents, Gandell Guzman earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration from California State University, Dominguez Hills.


She has advocated for the release of caged immigrant children in 2018, while in the U.S. and in Mexico.


She was a liaison with U.S Senator Kamala Harris’ Office, and has been advocating for the immigrant community ever since.


She utilizes her unique fervor to spearhead the firm’s public relations.