February 2, 2024: The Law Offices of Hirji & Chau, LLP., is pleased to announce that Alex Rodriguez has become a partner of the firm.
Mr. Rodriguez’s practice includes special education, civil rights, and personal injury matters on behalf of children, youth and adults with disabilities. He focuses on public entity negligence, representing youth who are bullied, enforcing due process rights of students, the civil and disability rights of foster children, litigation and policy-making. Mr. Rodriguez handles cases at all levels of the litigation process, from IEP meetings through trial and appeal, as well as, complex matters that involve other co-counsel and multiple defendants. He facilitates discussions with the parents and children that he represents regarding their desired outcome and strives to accomplish these goals to the highest possible degree.
Mr. Rodriguez was born and raised in Chino Hills, and attended Damien High School. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Psychology from Cornell University, and his J.D. from Loyola Law School. He is currently involved with the Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network, through which he volunteers his time to represent Cornell University at college fairs and meets with prospective first-year students. When he is not working, Mr. Rodriguez enjoys cooking, hiking and biking through the outdoors with his wife and dog. As an adrenaline chaser, he also enjoys participating in extreme sports.
LOHC aims to provide quality and holistic representation to our clients. A case may involve matters beyond special education, and implicate other legal rights of our clients. Mr. Rodriguez’s compassion towards our clients and his skill drives him to use all potential legal avenues to seek complete justice. This makes him an ideal partner for our team.
His calm nature in the small firm’s office may be initially unassuming, but he is fearless and determined. Mr. Rodriguez is able to roll with the punches as new challenges are presented in any case, and his tenacity towards his adversarial counterparts makes him a force to be reckoned with in the courtroom.