In 2011, after working at large to medium-sized law firms, I started my own law practice in order to counsel and represent clients differently – taking a holistic approach to helping businesses and individuals resolve disputes with an eye towards my clients’ growth. I bring my experiences of working abroad, studying cross-cultural communication and international conflict resolution, and legal knowledge to my practice every day. As a business owner, I understand that business disputes do not exist in a legal vacuum. That’s why my practice is guided by two main questions: What is your goal? How can I help you achieve that goal?
- State Bar of California
- Chapman University School of Law (Member, Alumni Advisory Board)
- Thai American Bar Association (Member)
- Orange County Asian-American Bar Association (Member)
All California state courts
U.S. District Courts throughout California
I earned my J.D. from Chapman University School of Law, where I received the top grade in the class in Legal Research and Writing I & II and Corporations. In law school, I was on the Mock Trial, Moot Court, and Alternative Dispute Resolutions Boards and represented my law school in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. Additionally, I worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Thomas E. Hollenhorst at the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Two.
I graduated with honors from Occidental College with an A.B. in Diplomacy and World Affairs and wrote my thesis on Accountability Trials in Chile and Argentina. In college, I studied abroad in Madrid, Spain and interned at the United Nations headquarter in New York City.
On a Personal Note:
I grew up in Bangkok, Thailand where I attended international school. In Thailand, I was a commercially successful recording artist, an experience that has helped me in my law practice and when visiting Thai restaurants. When I am not working, I enjoy traveling with my husband, spending time with our three dogs (Papillons), and practicing yoga.