Elsa Landeros is an Arizona Native and three-time Sun Devil having completed her undergraduate, master’s, and law school degrees at Arizona State University.
The daughter of small business owners, Elsa experienced firsthand the needs of entrepreneurs which sparked her interest in helping business leaders. After completing her master’s at WP Carey School of Business, Elsa became a consultant at LMI Solutions where she helped her clients in the imaging industry develop competitive marketing and operational strategies.
Elsa works in the transactions practice, where she focuses on helping clients with a wide range of business matters including entity formation, real estate transactions, and contract review. She also advises clients in estate planning and asset protection.
During law school, Elsa was an active member of multiple campus organizations including serving on the Board of the Chicano/Latino Law Students Association where she led the organization’s professional development efforts – focusing on mentoring law students of color. Elsa also participated in the Innovation Advancement Clinic where she assisted startup businesses with their legal needs and in the Mediation Clinic where she led court mediation sessions.
As an active Real Estate Agent, Elsa’s favorite pastime is touring beautiful Arizona homes. She also enjoys attending standup comedy shows and Zumba dance classes.
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ (J.D., 2021)
WP Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (MiM, 2014)
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (B.S., 2012)
Eller College of Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (Dorrance Entrepreneurship Program, 2011)
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (Global Politics, 2007)
Carvana, Diversity Legal Writing Intern, Spring 2021
Ballard Spahr, Diversity Legal Writing Intern, Spring 2020
Governor’s Regulator Committee, Legal Intern, Fall 2019
Lubin & Enoch, PC, Law Clerk, Summer 2019
Superior Court of Arizona, Legal Intern for the Honorable Judge Christopher T. Whitten, Summer 2019