About My Role
I am the Chief Executive at California Law Centers, APC., which incorporates the following legal services: Drunk driving, Drug Driving, Traffic Tickets, Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Law. I have attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, graduating in 1994 in the top third of my class. Following law school, I have worked on my litigation skills by interning at the public defender's office. In this capacity, I have performed legal research and helped draft arguments for courts. I also have held a variety of legal positions in the San Diego area, including working as an in-house counsel. I have also received academic honors in legal research and focused on coursework on client counseling, negotiations, and litigation, all skills necessary for adequate representation.
What Inspired You To Get Into Law?
I always wanted to work in a field of law that was about helping people resolve legal problems that affected their lives rather than their property.
What Is The Most Rewarding Aspect Of Your Role?
Settling a tough case for a client whose life is improved by the wise use of the money recovered.
What Do You Like About Working At California Law Centers?
We are working with a great team of highly skilled lawyers and staff committed to our clients.
What Do You Do Away From The Office?
Take my fishing boat out and recuperate.