Luis Carrillo is an experienced and well-known civil rights attorney having practiced law for over 40 years. Mr. Carrillo is a partner of the Carrillo Law Firm, LLP where he practices law alongside his son. Mr. Carrillo has handled countless high-profile cases over the years and is called upon by local and national media outlets to provide legal commentary on a variety of cases. Recently, he was part of the largest settlement ever recorded against a school district in the country for his representation of many child sexual abuse victims in the Miramonte case against the Los Angeles Unified School District.
His experience in the field and his tireless fight for those under-served Latino communities are his passion. His advocacy for his clients and relentless pursuit of justice has earned him recognition by the Daily Journal as a Top 100 Plaintiff Lawyer in California in 2016.
Mr. Carrillo has also successfully argued to the Court of Appeal in 2001, In Re Francisco M where he argued and made changes in the law regarding minors who are jailed as “material witnesses.”
J.D. Boalt Hall School of Law at University of California, Berkeley
B.A. Political Science, University of California Los Angeles