Trusted, tech-savvy, creative “quant” generalist, deep experience in high-stakes, executive level employment cases, corporate start-ups, and large scale corporate and real estate matters, former California Supreme Court extern, former Federal Court extern….[Full Bio]
Cynthia was born and raised in the South Bay. She graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. is Psychology and a minor in French from UCLA. After college, she graduated cum laude from Western New England College School of Law (now Western New England University) in Springfield, Massachusetts. In her final year in law school, Cynthia was admitted as a student attorney under Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Rule 3.03 and represented tenants and consumers in Massachusetts District Court. She argued two bench trials and negotiated settlements on her clients’ behalf. During her second year in law school, Cynthia competed in the intramural moot court competition and received the Best Overall Advocate award for her outstanding oral and written advocacy skills. In 2004, Cynthia served as a judicial extern for the Los Angeles County Superior Court.
Emily Zinn grew up in Fountain Valley, California before moving to Long Beach to attend California State University, Long Beach where she received an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice and minor in Philosophy. After college, she attended Whittier Law School where she ranked amongst the top 5 students in her first year, which enabled her to transfer to her current program Loyola Law School. Emily has taken legal courses in Business Law and Associations, and works as a Clinical Extern and Mediator at the Loyola Center for Conflict Resolution facilitating mediation in general community issues including landlord-tenant disputes. She is currently a rising third-year student and looks forward to taking the California Bar Exam and practicing Law in the Los Angeles area.
Trevor Zeiler was born and raised in El Segundo, California before moving to Arizona to attend Arizona State University. He graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. After college, he attended the University of San Francisco School of Law. In his first summer after law school, he worked as a law clerk for the AIDS Legal Referral Panel helping low-income individuals affected by HIV and AIDS. Trevor also served as a Clinical Extern for his school’s mediation program. He helped resolve landlord-tenant and breach of contract disputes in Small Claims Court, and assisted with dissolution proceedings in Family Court. In his final semester of law school he worked as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Teri L. Jackson at the San Francisco Superior Court. He is currently awaiting May 2019 bar results and hopes to practice in the Los Angeles area.
We believe our firm has created a powerful configuration of hardware, software and web-tools that optimize the delivery of our professional services for our clients’ benefit. We view our office systems as a competitive advantage that assists our team and benefits our clients by making our professional service delivery more efficient, consistent and effective. We are also a “paperless” office, except where paper is necessary, and have been since we started in 2003. (In a nod to Chris’s alma mater, many network computers are named after Berkeley related landmarks.)
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