Alfredo’s interest in investigative work stems from his time working at the Office of Human Rights of Washington, D.C., where he investigated and made probable cause determinations in unlawful discrimination claims.
Alfredo started his career by assisting in the litigation of single-plaintiff lawsuits involving various areas of law, including intellectual property and banking. He drafted corporate risk analyses and commercial service and transactional agreements involving intellectual property and information technology, and assisted minors filling out the Special Juvenile Immigrant Status visa application.
Before joining the OIG in 2022, Alfredo worked in the Insurance Coverage space. He speaks both English and Spanish.
Alfredo enjoys playing soccer and competitive weightlifting. He also reads Augustan Era Roman Poetry and likes going on walks with his puppy dog pal, Kiko.
University of California Berkeley, School of Law, J.D.
University of Miami, Majors in Philosophy, Psychology, and Classics and Antiquity
State Bar of California
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