Ms. Moreno offers comprehensive counseling as it relates to labor and employment law. Recognizing that every company has their individual idiosyncrasies, Ms. Moreno focuses in understanding the operations and culture of every client to efficiently address their needs. From the regulatory processes inherent to job creation and recruiting, to drafting and implementing contracts, policies and/or processes, Moreno provides both, consulting and advisory services related to personnel matters in compliance with Federal and Puerto Rico employment laws.

In addition to assisting with the development of the aforementioned preventative measures, Ms. Moreno litigates discrimination, retaliation, contract breach and wrongful termination as well as wage and hours lawsuits before the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico courts, and quasi-judicial administrative forums and arbitration.

As part of her well-rounded career, Ms. Moreno has not only represented the managerial-side of small and multi-national employers alike, but has also served as an adjunct professor for the University of Puerto Rico School of Law, where she directed the Career Development Office.  Furthermore, she was a member of the Board of Advisors of Fundación MMM, where she continues to assist as part of the Case Evaluation Sub-Committee.  As a seasoned law professional, Ms. Moreno continues to share her knowledge by delivering lectures and seminars to a variety of audiences.

Ms. Moreno graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2008 from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law, where she was Editor of the University of Puerto Rico Law Review.  She obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the same University and with the same honors in 2005. As a student, she received a congressional scholarship, worked as an intern for the United States House of Representatives, and participated in exchange programs and/or conferences sponsored by the University of Costa Rica, the University of Ottawa and Yale University.  

Ms. Moreno is licensed to practice law before the Puerto Rico Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico and the United States Courts of Appeals for the First Circuit.  She is also a Public Notary.