Civil Litigation Attorney
Montse Plancarte Murillo is a civil litigation attorney at B|B Law Group, where she focuses on representing individuals who have been harmed. Ms. Murillo joined B|B Law Group as a certified law clerk and continued her career as an Associate Attorney. Her areas of practice include personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, employment discrimination and harassment, and landlord tenant law.
Ms. Murillo has a passion for aggressively advocating for the underrepresented and the underprivileged, especially those who have been wronged. While in law school she worked for Loyola Law School’s Juvenile Innocence and Fair Sentencing Clinic where she represented individuals who were unconstitutionally and wrongfully convicted to disproportionate adult prison sentences for crimes they committed when they were children. She also interned for Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project where she zealously advocated for the granting of asylum of a minor who suffered persecution on account of imputed homosexuality and religion in his home country. Ms. Murillo volunteered her time as a lead coordinator for the Young Lawyer’s Program, a program dedicated to exposing high schoolers from low-income communities to the legal profession.
In law school, Ms. Murillo was a member of the Scott Moot Court Honors Board and won “Top Ten Briefs” for the Scott Moot Court Competition. She also competed as a brief writer and oralist in the National Moot Court Competition, where she competed against schools from all over the country. Her team was undefeated and won the “Best Brief” award. As a first year in law school, Ms. Murillo received the Mexican-American Federal Externship Fellowship and had the honor of externing for the Honorable S. James Otero in the Central District of California.
In her free time, Ms. Murillo enjoys camping, hiking, and spending time with her family.
California State Bar, 2019
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
Juris Doctorate, Law
California State University, Los Angeles
Bachelor of Arts in History; Minor in Sociology