Maria Eugenia Trillo, Ph.D is a Sociolinguist and Associate Professor of Spanish at Western New Mexico University.
“Spanish is a modern and a historic language in our country. It is a global language. It is a language that is spoken in more than twenty one different countries around the world. It is a first language, a primary language in the national and international spheres. It is one of the top ten most spoken languages in the world.”
Luis Zayas: Mental Health and Latino Families
“We are, as you know, Maria, very familistic in our cultures…We are all clear that family comes first….And what happens in adolescence is that gets strained.”
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Professor of Law at Yale Law School
- Areas of Expertise: Immigration Law and Policy, Effects of Immigration on Society and Culture, Language Rights and Policy, Migration, Civil Rights & Citizenship, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law
- Location: New Haven, CT
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Yvette Ostolaza is a member of the Executive Committee, a co-leader of the complex commercial litigation group, and managing partner of the Dallas office of Sidley Austin LLP Dallas, an international law firm with offices in 20 cities globally. She focuses on advising companies and boards in internal investigations, complex commercial litigation, shareholder and securities litigation, financial services and employment issues. She is fluent in Spanish and regularly advises Latin America-based companies. Further, she is an arbitrator for the AAA and CPR.
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