Foley Hoag LLP associate Jacqueline Chávez has been selected for inclusion by the El Mundo Boston Latino 30 under 30, which honors young individuals with ties to Massachusetts making an indelible impact across the nation and world. View her interview here.

At Foley Hoag, Chávez represents individual and corporate clients in a broad range of civil disputes. She is a member of the firm's White Collar Crime & Government Investigations and Business & Commercial Disputes practices, as well as co-chair of the firm's Womxn of Color Affinity Group for Ethnically/Racially Diverse Womxn community members.

During law school, Chávez served as Vice President of the Boston University Latin American Law Student Association and participated in the Boston University Immigrants' Rights & Human Trafficking Program, where she worked with clients through requests for bond and asylum proceedings.

The El Mundo Boston Latino 30 under 30 highlights young individuals in a variety of fields including, but not limited to, Business, Sports, Community Activism, and Fine Arts. The list serves to highlight the growing and invaluable impact of the Latino community in Boston, the commonwealth and world.