I have been an attorney since 2011 and have been representing clients with asbestos-related cancer ever since.
As the daughter of a teacher and a nurse, helping others was instilled in me from the time I was born. I did not know then that I would become a lawyer, but it soon became clear that a career in law was the right fit and my opportunity to contribute to my community. While in law school, I started working at a firm that represented families suffering from the devastating results of mesothelioma. I knew then that I had found what I was meant to do, help to obtain justice for those suffering as a result of corporations putting profit before the safety of their products. I continued this work when I became an attorney in 2011. As an attorney, I have always worked on behalf of those injured by the decisions and actions of corporations and that has been my motivation.
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California, J.D., 2011
California State University, San Bernardino, California, B.A. with Honors, 2007
State Bar of California, 2011
United States District Court for the Central District of California, 2018
American Association for Justice
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
California Rising Star, Super Lawyers 2019
Plaintiffs’ Trial Academy, CAALA, 2017
ABA Moot Court Competition Regional Best Brief, Seattle, WA, 2011
Moot Court Board, Loyola Law School, 2010-2011
Academic Merit Scholar, Loyola Law School 2008-2011
“Premises liability and asbestos: turning the tide of take-home exposure liability,” Advocate: Premises Liability, November 2017