Rosa Cuevas is a Paralegal at Norton Basu LLP where she assists with all aspects of the firm’s probate, estate planning and litigations matters. Rosa graduated from Humboldt State University, summa cum laude, with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a minor in Political Science.
Prior to joining Norton Basu LLP, Rosa worked in the personal injury and civil litigation field for two years in Los Angeles. Her attention to detail, analytical ability and her superior multi-tasking skills has earned her the success that she has enjoyed as a paralegal. Her passion to help others with their legal problems, coupled with her ambition to influence societal change, led her into a career in the legal field. She is currently applying to law schools and aspires to become an attorney.
Rosa is a member of the Santa Clara County Bar Association (SCCBA) and of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA). She enjoys volunteering her time with Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities (LATLC) and is always looking for different opportunities to give back to her surrounding community.
A true native of Southern California, Rosa was born and raised in Los Angeles and currently resides in San Jose with her partner. She is fluent in both English and Spanish.
Marleta Charleson first joined the Norton Basu LLP Team in 2018. Marleta studied Business Administration in British Columbia, Canada and has extensive office assistant/administration experience. She has worked in small businesses, Fortune 500 companies, and non-profit organizations in The Bay Area.
Outside of the office, Marleta enjoys outdoor activities such as running, hiking and traveling. She is still an avid learner and often signs up for evening online classes to enhance her personal and professional life. She enjoys connecting with her roots and learning her native language with a group of people within her tribe, The Hesquiaht First Nation, via online classes.
Marleta is from the house of kinkʷaaštaqumłath hiškʷʔaqsups.
She was born and raised in British Columbia, Canada. She is an enrolled Tribal member of her nation. She has been living in the United States for over 17 years and intends on putting down roots eventually.