Isaac Murillo began his legal career at Chapin Fitzgerald, LLP as a filing clerk in the summer of 2009. During his time at Chapin, Isaac was introduced to various types of law and took a keen interest in civil litigation. He soon realized that this “summer job” could flourish into a promising career. Towards the end of 2009, he began his college education at San Diego State University. In 2011, Isaac decided to further his education at the USD Paralegal Program where he received his ABA Approved Paralegal Certificate in General Studies. Now, Isaac works in the Mass Torts department where he contributes to the discovery portion of the litigation process.
Isaac and his wife Priscilla strongly believe in the importance of giving back to their community and positively impacting the world around them. Together, they serve as Youth Pastors at their local church in Chula Vista, CA. Isaac greatly appreciates the joys and challenges of serving his youth group and believes they are “…more of a blessing to my life, than I could ever be to any one of them.” As a leader and mentor to at risk youth, Isaac instructs and guides by using his skills to bring out the best in those he works with, equipping them to reach goals they couldn’t have reached alone.
When not in the office, Isaac enjoys spending time with his wife, playing the drums, writing and recording music in his home studio, and traveling.
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