Leticia Mason was born and raised in Mexico. She was a practicing attorney in that country until she moved to Nashville at the end of 1999 due to her husband’s work. When she arrived in Nashville she was not able to practice law in Tennessee. Ms. Mason started working as a paralegal for an immigration law firm and in 2001 was appointed as the Staff Spanish Court Interpreter for the Criminal Courts of Davidson County. While working with the courts, Ms. Mason enrolled in law school at Nashville School of Law. In late 2003, Ms. Mason started her own business as a freelance Spanish court interpreter. She worked in numerous civil and criminal proceedings across the state and in the federal courts of Middle Tennessee, which allowed her to learn the judicial system well. She graduated from law school in 2008 and was admitted to practice law in Tennessee that same year. In 2009 she started her own law practice. She handled immigration cases, ranging from family-based petitions and applications before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to removal proceedings before the Immigration Courts. She also represented clients before the State and Federal courts of Middle Tennessee in civil and criminal matters. In 2015, Ms. Mason was invited to join the Office of the District Attorney of Nashville as an Assistant District Attorney. She decided to leave that office in 2019 to go back to private practice.
Ms. Mason is fluent in English and Spanish, which has allowed her to represent a wide variety of clients understanding their particular needs. Ms. Mason is a serious attorney that you can fully trust. She cares for her clients and makes sure that their rights are protected. Ms. Mason has joined forces with Freeman & Fuson to continue to represent clients in the best way possible.
J.D., Nashville School of Law, 2008
Master Degree of Corporate Law, Universidad Anahuac, Mexico City, 1999
Law Degree, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO), Guadalajara (Mexico), 1995
U.S. Federal Court, Middle District of Tennessee, 2009