Mariana Acevedo Nuevo is a clinical supervising attorney in the New Business Community Law Clinic. Prior to joining the clinic, Nuevo was the Shriver Housing Attorney at Legal Access Alameda, a local nonprofit. There, she worked as an advocate for housing rights for low-income residents in Alameda County.
Before moving to the United States, Nuevo represented clients before the Mexican Economic Competition Commission. Among her clients were Latin America’s leading e-commerce technology company and one of Mexico’s top five busiest container ports.
After completing her LL.B. at the Instituto Tecnologico de Mexico in 2015, Nuevo worked at the Federal Economic Competition Commission in the Market Investigations unit. During law school, she was a volunteer and then the director of a student organization devoted to promoting economic development in marginalized communities.
Mariana holds an LL.M. from Berkeley Law and a master’s in public policy and public administration from the Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas (CIDE).
L.L.M., Berkeley Law
Master’s in Public Policy and Public Administration, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas (CIDE).