Judicial Extern, Hon. Maria-Elena James, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California (2017)
Judicial Extern, Hon. John K. Stewart, Superior Court of San Francisco (2016)
- Obtained summary judgment in a case where plaintiff alleged various negligence claims against Fortune 500 client.
- Drafted an opposition to motion to strike based on evolving damages principles, which led to favorable settlement for tech client.
- Successfully opposed a motion for summary judgment in a case involving disputes over the management, control and ownership of family-owned business.
- Drafted a motion for protective order seeking to quash plaintiff’s 300+ discovery requests, which led to plaintiff withdrawing the requests in their entirety.
EducationUniversity of California – Hastings College of the Law, J.D., 2018
Senior Managing Editor, Hastings Law Journal
California Polytechnic State University, B.S., Biology, 2014
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California
Bar Association of San Francisco
“Tips For Protecting Privilege In Remote Internal Investigations,” (co-author) Law360 Commentary (August 20, 2020)
“Autonomous Vehicles: Current Legal Landscape and Challenges on the Horizon,” (co-author) RSHC Insight (August 14, 2020)
“Connected Vehicles Bring Promise of Mobility — and Jobs — to Two Million People With Disabilities,” (co-author) RSHC Insight (August 14, 2020)
“Public Comments Close on Proposed FAA Rule Governing Remote ID of Unmanned Aerial System,” (co-author) RSHC Insight (August 14, 2020)
“The Public and Private Sectors Are Ready to Unleash Unmanned Maritime Vehicles,” (co-author) RSHC Insight (August 14, 2020)
Pro Bono Activities
Pro bono representation of a church that was removed as a polling location after displaying a Black Lives Matter banner. The ACLU of Northern California and RSHC team obtained a favorable settlement whereby the church was designated as a voter ballot drop-box location for at least four years, including two presidential elections and the primaries in between.