Yoselin Martin attended the University of Colorado Boulder and obtained her Bachelor of Arts in political science and sociology before moving to Albuquerque for law school. She graduated cum laude from the University of New Mexico School of Law before joining Tawney, Acosta & Chaparro as an associate attorney. For the last four years, Ms. Martin has immersed herself in the legal profession, gaining extensive experience at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as well as several New Mexico and Colorado law firms. In addition to her high-achieving academic and legal experience, throughout her time in college and law school, Ms. Martin has held several leadership roles, including President of Pi Lambda Chi Latina Sorority Inc., Vice President of the University of New Mexico ACLU, Secretary of the Mexican American Law Students Association, Senatorial Intern with the Colorado Latino Leadership Advocacy & Research Organization, and advisor to the Association of Public Interest Law. Ms. Martin is also fluent in Spanish.