I made my mission in law school to participate and strive to help others. I was a member of multiple organizations on campus, but particularly, I became involved with the Women’s Law Caucus. I became their Secretary and Vice President. Women have taught me so much about how to be gay latino man and have supported me. So I made it my mission in law school to help another marginalized group head to equality, particularly as an ally. On behalf of LGBTQ individuals and our civil rights also included an externship at a health care, legal services and advocacy center for the LGBTQ community in Philadelphia. I spent a summer in Chile working with another organization to promote the passage of gender identity, anti-discrimination and adoption laws to benefit the LGBTQ community there Lastly, I assisted immigrants and Camden residents living with limited resources. Volunteered at numerous naturalization and DACA registration events, and served as an interpreter/translator for the clinical programs. Later, I worked at my Law School’s Domestic Violence Clinic. I was an intern at the New Jersey Department of Children and Families Catch me in the future, where I hope to work in family law, criminal law, and civil rights law. Eventually, I plan on going into politics and running for office.
Christopher Bustamante Osorio, J.D.