Podcast Episode 67: Jaime Guerrero, Partner

13 October 2021 Foley Career Perspectives Blog
Author(s): Alexis P. Robertson

This episode of The Path & The Practice features a conversation with Jaime Guerrero. Jaime is a partner in Foley’s Los Angeles with a white collar practice focused on U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigations of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. In this conversation, Jaime reflects on growing-up in San Francisco, attending college at the University of California, Berkley and UCLA for law school.  He also shares about the years he spent, between college and law school, working in public accounting.  Jaime looks back on the early years of his practice, including the time he spent working as an AUSA as well as his transition to Foley over a decade in to his career. Finally, as the Los Angeles office hiring partner, Jaime discusses what students should consider when picking a firm and provides wonderful advice on the importance of finding a practice that you love. Listen to the full discussion below.   

Jaime's Profile: 

  • Title:  Partner
  • Foley Office:  Los Angeles
  • Practice Area: Government Enforcement Defense & Investigations
  • Hometown:  San Francisco, CA
  • College:  University of California, Berkeley
  • Law School: University of California, Los Angeles School of Law


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Alexis P. Robertson

Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion