Her main area of practice is general Labor & Employment law.
While in law school, she clerked for the University of Puerto Rico’s Immigration Legal Aid Clinic, where she focused on representing clients before the San Juan Immigration Court. She served as an Editor and Senior Editor for the University of Puerto Rico Law Review, and as a Notary Intern for the Property Registry at the Department of Justice. Ms. Martínez-Godás worked at McV as a Summer Associate in 2021 and 2022.
Prior to attending law school, she interned for the New York Women’s Foundation and the Born This Way Foundation, helping coordinate nation-wide fundraising and outreach programs. As a Summer Associate at High Lantern Group Consulting, she focused on supporting industry leaders through her work for the Global Coalition on Aging (GCOA).
She transitioned from the non-profit space to political organizing when she was awarded a Fellowship by a mayoral re-election campaign for the City of New York. She participated in launching Seneca Strategies Consulting, a political communications firm dedicated to the empowerment of female candidates in grassroots campaigns, and later was recruited to serve on a Presidential primary campaign as the Mobilization Hub Organizer for the State of New York.
Her prior work experience also includes interning at the Office of the President of the Senate of Puerto Rico, where she actively supported the Legislative Budget Analysis team, and assisting the Vice President of an executive search firm in New York City geared towards recruiting C-Suite level executives and staff within the financial and entertainment industries.
- Pending Admission
B.A., Fordham University
- Major: Political Science
- Minors: International Humanitarian Affairs & Latino/Latin-American Studies
J.D., Magna Cum Laude, University of Puerto Rico School of Law