Diego E. Garcia

Associate

Overview

Diego Garcia counsels clients in litigation and dispute resolution. 

Prior Experience

During law school, Diego was a judicial extern for Chief Judge D. Brooks Smith of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He engaged in roundtable discussions with the chambers relating to current cases on the docket, and prepared bench memoranda advising the judge and chambers about facts, laws and probable outcomes of cases on the docket. Diego has conducted research on cutting-edge legal topics such as autonomous vehicle (AV) liability and the Supreme Court’s 2021 class action decision in TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez.

Diego was a summer associate at Faegre Drinker for two summers while in law school, working closely with the business litigation, class action and bankruptcy practice groups. His work included drafting a motion to dismiss with nine causes of action filed in state court, writing multiple interrogatories and requests for production, and researching for and advising a partner about shared defense privilege for confidential information.

Prior to law school, Diego worked as a ranch hand near Bozeman, Montana, and he brings to bear the same ethic and attitude of hard work for his clients.

Personal Interests

Outside the office, Diego enjoys sending time outdoors with his family. Diego also enjoys a round of golf.

Related Services

Credentials

Bar Admissions

Minnesota

Education

Penn State Law
J.D. magna cum laude, Woolsack Honor Society, Penn State Law Review (associate editor) (2022)

Montana State University
B.A. in Political Science - Political Institutions, cum laude (2018)

Leadership & Community

Pro Bono

  • Researched and drafted a memorandum for a nonprofit reviewing homelessness and the 4th and 14th Amendments.
  • Prepared a memorandum on COVID-19 vaccination in the workplace for distribution by a pro bono client.

Professional Associations

  • Hispanic National Bar Association 
  • Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association

Honors

  • Woolsack Honor Society — Penn State Law, 2022
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