Elsa Landeros is a second-year law student at the Sandra Day O’ Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. She serves on the executive board of the Chicano Latino Students Association and is actively involved in the Los Abagados Latina Committee and the Arizona Women Lawyers Association.
During law school, Elsa has had the opportunity to work as a law clerk with Lubin & Enoch, a labor and employment boutique. Elsa also served as Legal Intern rotating among Judge Whitten, Judge Mraz, Judge Thomason and Judge Cohen in Maricopa County Superior Court. Most recently, she completed the Diversity Writing Program with Ballard Spahr.
Law is a second career for Elsa, as she worked as Director of Business Development for the West Coast for LMI Solutions in Phoenix, Arizona before law school. In such position, Elsa managed and mentored a 15-person team of sales professionals and a 20-person customer service team.
Elsa is a lifelong Sun Devil. In 2014, Elsa earned her Master of Science in Management from W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU. She also earned her B.S. in Justice Studies and Philosophy and Politics of Law Certificate from ASU.
Elsa is a realtor in Arizona since 2017 and worked at Paycom Payroll as a Human Resources Consultant and Sales executive. (Our own administrative team remembers Elsa as they had interactions with her.) Elsa also previously worked at CODAC Behavior Health and Casa de los Ninõs Children’s Shelter.
You will find that Elsa has a wonderful sense of humor. She enjoys dad jokes, so she should fit right in with some of our attorneys. Elsa knows some card tricks and enjoys stand-up comedy.
Elsa was born and raised in Phoenix and graduated from Ironwood High School. She currently resides in downtown Phoenix. When not consumed by her legal studies, Elsa enjoys working on puzzles and playing golf.