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.


Legal Assistant Cooper Kohnstamm


Cooper was born and raised in Portland Oregon but moved to Southern California to study history at UCLA. After graduating cum laude in 2019 Cooper worked for progressive congressman Earl Blumenauer and volunteered for the Democratic Party of Oregon in the leadup to the 2020 election.


Cooper has continued to fight for progressive issues during his time at Diamante Law Group, overseeing our U-Visa’s and I-601A waivers.


Cooper spent much of his childhood visiting family in Mexico City where he developed an affinity for Mexican culture and an understanding of the geopolitical circumstances surrounding Latin American immigration. He plans to attend law school in the fall of 2022.

Paralegal Alejandro Llamas

Alejandro Llamas was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley. As the son of Mexican immigrants, he has witnessed firsthand the plight of immigrants within the United States and understands the struggles that underprivileged communities face on a daily basis.


Having initiated his legal career at the onset of the DACA program, Alejandro gained a passion for helping the immigrant community, especially those most vulnerable to oftentimes indifferent immigration policies. He has experience working with pro se litigants in the San Fernando Valley, including victims of domestic violence and now specializes in Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.