Amed Prado, Esq.
Trial Attorney

Amed comes to MLG with an extensive public interest background that specializes in administrative law and complex transactions. He graduated from UC Irvine cum laude and achieved his B.A. in Political Science. Afterwards, he earned his J.D. from Berkeley Law, where he served as the recruitment chair for the La Raza Law Students Association, editor for the Berkeley La Raza Law Journal, and fellow for the Cruz Reynoso Committee.

Prior to joining MLG, Amed was a public interest attorney for Young Minds Advocacy, an organization that is dedicated to improving the lives of low-income youth with serious mental health needs. Amed is a Santa Ana native and is passionately dedicated to the pursuit of social justice. He clerked for Reed Smith and Nixon Peabody LLPs in San Francisco and is licensed to practice law in California.

Amed prides himself in having a playlist for everything, and takes greater joy in helping his fiancé, who is an aspiring musician. When Amed is not on the clock he delights in drawing abstract works, and interacting with fantastical video games and media. Amed believes Ren Faires are severely underrated and recommends that everyone give them a try.

Education

  • University of California, Irvine – (B.A. 2012)
  • University of California, Berkeley School of Law – (J.D. 2019)

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