About Us

Becky A. Torres

Founding Attorney

Education

Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D., 2010
Texas Tech University, M.S. Agricultural and Applied Economics, 2010
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology, B.S., 2004

 

Admitted

2010 New Mexico

 

Professional Affiliations

State Bar of New Mexico
Sandoval County Bar Association

 

Publication

Fresh Water Resource and International Irrigation Policy and Reform, 13 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 107 (2009)

 

Community Involvement

Leadership Sandoval County
Galloping Grace Youth Ranch Board of Directors
J. Reuben Clark Law Society
City of Rio Rancho Utilities Commission

 

Other

Guest lecturer at the New Mexico Groundwater Association well driller continuing education conference 2015

Edna L. Lisenbe

Legal Assistant

Edna L. Lisenbe is the Legal Assistant with the Torres Law Firm. Edna is a native of New Mexico but has lived in Colorado for several years with her husband and their 2 children during his Military Career. She and her family recently moved back to New Mexico.

 

Employment

She began employment with the Torres Law Firm in July 2018 as a legal assistant and works in the areas of real estate, business formation and transactions, estate planning and probate.

 

Previous to working with the firm she worked as a property and case manager with the City of Boulder Housing Authority in Colorado and has prior experience in legal matters primarily related to Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Mass tort, and Wrongful death cases. Edna is also bilingual, she is fluent in reading, writing and translating in the Spanish language.

 

Home Life

Edna enjoys spending time with her family, cooking pastries, Latin and Italian cuisine, reading Sci-fi Novels and playing video games with her children.

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