Zoelee Velez Lopez

Zoelee Velez Lopez graduated Magna Cum Laude from Universidad Interamericana, Law School of Puerto Rico in 2010. Currently admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and Puerto Rico. Born in Puerto Rico, she is fluent in both Spanish and English. While working in Puerto Rico, her practice focused in civil and family law.

She moved to Kentucky in 2014 and started working as a Researcher for the Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission, and started the implementation of the 20 Year Action Plan for Fair Housing and developed the Fair Housing Assessment Tool. While working with the Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission, she was able to see firsthand how Hispanics struggle in their daily life because of their lack of a legal status. This drove her desire to work with immigrants in order to help them ease their legal fight. Worked as an Immigration Attorney for three years and hopes to help immigrants obtain what is rightfully due to them.


🗂 What types of case do you typically handle?

I handle these types of cases:


📝 What is one thing that you want clients to know about you?

I want my clients to know who I am, it is important that they know that I am available to them and that they can contact me directly. I always give them my contact information, so they can communicate with me when they need me.


🏛 What law school did you go to?

Universidad Interamericana, Law School of Puerto Rico


🌎 What state(s) or territories are you
licensed to practice law?

Kentucky and Puerto Rico