Paulette Rodríguez López is an associate in the D.C. office of Constantine Cannon. She has significant experience in a range of subject areas, including federal and state antitrust litigation and counseling, contract disputes and other commercial claims, and false claims. This experience spans across industries, including health care, logistics, algorithm-supported sales platforms, and securities.
Prior to joining Constantine Cannon, Ms. Rodríguez López was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Frederick Mumm (Ret.), a United States Magistrate Judge in the Central District of California. Before her clerkship, Ms. Rodríguez López was a postdoctoral fellow at a nonprofit in California where she represented the California Labor Commissioner and low-wage workers, recovering unpaid wages through commercial claims including breach of contract, conversion, fraudulent transfer, shareholder and director’s liability, labor and employment law, and multi-million-dollar creditors’ claims in corporate bankruptcies.
Ms. Rodríguez López is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. She was awarded several academic excellence awards and scholarships, as well as honors for her performance in the Mock Trial and Moot Court programs. She was Managing Editor for the Chicanx Latinx Law Review.
Ms. Rodríguez López grew up in Puerto Rico, and moved stateside to attend Williams College, graduating with a B.A. in Political Science and a concentration in Latino/a Studies with Honors. After college, she joined the New York City Teaching Fellows, earning her M.A. in Bilingual Education with Honors from Hunter College and teaching in public schools in Queens, the Bronx and Harlem.
Ms. Rodríguez López is fluent in Spanish. She is admitted into practice in California, Tennessee, and the District of Columbia.