Edoardo Murillo, Esq.

Trustee - Region 2 (Essex County)

Edoardo Murillo is an Associate at Lowenstein Sandler LLP where he focuses his practice on business litigation and trade regulation. He is involved in a wide variety of matters in state and federal court; including, commercial disputes, business divorce actions, and internal investigations. Edoardo also counsels national/international clients on anti-corruption, foreign investment, and trade compliance involving federal and international regulatory agencies.

Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, Edoardo attended Cornell Law School where he was Diversity Chair for the Latino/a American Law Students Association. While in law school, he clerked for the Ventura County Public Defender and worked in the Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic. Edoardo received his undergraduate education in Political Science and Latin American Studies at the University of Florida, from where he graduated magna cum laude.

In addition to his litigation and regulatory practice, Edoardo is passionate about serving the Latinx community. He mentors urban first generation high school and college students through the HBA’s Pipeline Mentorship Program and LatinoJustice. His representative pro bono engagements have included: representing unaccompanied minors and victims of the 2018 family separation crisis in immigration proceedings before the USCIS Asylum Office and U.S. Immigration Court; securing a legal name change for a refugee fleeing LGBTQ persecution in Latin America; advising a charter school on FERPA privacy compliance issues relating to undocumented students; and advising an NGO proposing legislation to safely extend driving privileges to undocumented individuals.

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