Loyola Law School, Los Angeles,
University of California, Irvine,
B.A., Criminology, Law and Society, Minor in Manag, cum laude, 2018
California USDC, Central District
St. Thomas More Law Honor Society
Thompson Coburn LLP
Lurie, Zepeda, Schmalz, Hogan & Martin
Loyola Law School Youth Justice Education Clinic
Law Clerk, 2020-2021
Loyola Law School Young Lawyers Program
Aya is an associate attorney in the Los Angeles office focusing on business litigation.
Aya assists clients with a variety of litigation matters before state and federal courts. Aya's attention to detail and research and analytical skills help Aya create strategic solutions for her clients' needs and goals. Aya utilizes her skills and experiences to recognize the most efficient, cost-effective means to resolve her clients' cases so that she can achieve the best results for them.
Aya received her J.D. from the Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, and her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Irvine. Aya was active in the Loyola Law School Youth Justice Clinic, where she represented special education youth in due process and disciplinary hearings. During law school, Aya worked with a plaintiffs' personal injury firm where she zealously advocated for California wildfire victims whose homes were destroyed. After graduating from law school, Aya worked for a boutique litigation firm where she litigated cases at all stages, from providing pre-suit counseling and negotiating a favorable settlement for her clients to advocating for her clients at trial.
Recently, Aya obtained a favorable verdict on behalf of investment banking clients in an action on promissory notes. Aya also successfully defended claims by her clients' former employee for breach of contract and fraud in the inducement.
"Smash and grabs and other crimes mean more work for employers",
Daily Journal, August 2, 2023
"Sexual harassment offensive conduct continues",
Daily Journal, July 10, 2023
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Daily Journal, May 18, 2023
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