Attorney Elizabeth Mireles specializes in business and tort litigation.
Her experience includes work on subrogation and recovery, advising clients on subrogation viability, supervising forensic examinations, and assisting on property loss cases. Ms. Mireles served as a Housing Justice Fellow with the Inner City Law Center in Los Angeles, and also served as a legal extern for the California State Division of Labor and Standards Enforcement. Earlier in her career, she was a judicial extern for U.S. Magistrate Judge Crawford of the Southern District of California, and she also held an internship with the San Diego District Attorney’s Office. Ms. Mireles began her legal career as a law clerk at HFM while in law school.
Ms. Mireles is an active community volunteer and has worked with several pro bono entities to champion veteran’s rights and to provide assistance to rural impoverished communities. She was also a part of the Justice Corps. at the San Diego Superior Court’s Hall of Justice, where she assisted self-represented litigants with preparing court paperwork related to civil harassment, unlawful detainer, change of name, elder abuse, fee waiver, and small claims.
Ms. Mireles earned a Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, San Diego. She was a part of the San Diego County Bar Association/Association of Corporate Council’s Diversity Fellowship Program in 2019, and she was awarded a scholarship from the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association. Ms. Mireles is fluent in Spanish.