Maria E. Hall is a civil rights lawyer and director of the Los Angeles Incubator Consortium, a legal incubator that equips UCLA, Southwestern and Loyola Law School graduates with the tools to launch community-based, solo law practices.  After graduating from USC Gould School of Law in 2003, she received a post-graduate fellowship to work as a staff attorney for Communities for a Better Environment, a grassroots environmental justice organization in South East Los Angeles.  In 2005, she opened her own practice, representing lower and moderate income clients in the areas of civil rights, housing and employment.  She currently serves as Co-President of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild and Vice President of the Board of the Mexican American Bar Foundation.

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