Régia Araujo practices civil litigation in various legal areas, including trademark disputes, construction, breach of contract, and tort matters, and serves as an associate attorney for Radoslovich Shapiro, PC Attorneys for such matters.
Before joining Radoslovich Shapiro, Régia practiced both civil litigation and criminal defense in Sacramento and surrounding regions. Her prior civil litigation experience includes advocating for clients in real estate, employment, and immigration matters, as well being an advocate for children and elders suffering abuse and neglect. In criminal defense, Régia represented and protected the constitutional rights of defendants charged with multiple misdemeanors and felonies.
Represented plaintiffs and defendants in a wide array of matters in both federal and state court, including actions against the government in § 1983 Civil Rights matters, land lord tenant disputes, and business litigation matters.
Defeated defendant’s preliminary injunction and demurrer to prevent foreclosure of client’s commercial property valued at over $ 2 million dollars.
Represented low-income clients in asylum, U-Visa and deferred action cases in immigration law.
Assisted as second chair in criminal defense jury trial successfully obtaining acquittal for all sixteen charges.
Régia received her Juris Doctor from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2013 where she made the Dean’s Honor list and received the Bernard E. Witkin award for her work with Immigration and Naturalization Law. In 2007, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of California, Davis, where she also made the Dean’s Honor list.