Caio A. Arellano, Attorney
Caio joined the firm in October 2008 and practices public and municipal law.
He earned his Bachelor's degree in political science from University of the Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1999 and his Juris Doctor from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 2008.
Prior to joining the firm, Caio served as the law clerk for the City Attorney for the City of Livermore, where he worked on a broad range of municipal law issues including land use and development, public contracts, airport management, public contracts and revenue/finance.
During law school, Caio was a member of the Moot Court team and competed in the Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition. He was also a Frank C. Newman Intern in the USF International Human Rights Clinic and attended the 7th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland. There, he advocated for greater accountability for human rights abuses committed by transnational corporations. Caio remains committed to advancing international human rights and corporate responsibility standards as a member of Human Rights Advocates, a non-governmental organization with consultative status to the United Nations.
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