Professional Experience

Stephanie A. Arechiga is an Associate with Olivarez Madruga Law Organization LLP, as a part of the firm’s municipal law practice group. Stephanie currently serves as the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Cudahy as well as a Deputy City Attorney for the cities of El Monte and Adelanto. Stephanie assists with various municipal law issues including but not limited to, Public Records Act requests, public works projects, review of city agreements, drafting resolutions and ordinances.

Prior to joining Olivarez Madruga Law Organization LLP, Stephanie worked in the family law field assisting in all matters related to family law.

Admissions & Associations

  • State Bar of California (2019)
  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California

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