Abigail holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law which she earned while working full time as a paralegal in a small civil litigation firm in Kampala Uganda. Presently, Abigail is completing a no-degree accelerated course at Empire College School of Law in Santa Rosa required for foreign law students before they can apply and sit for the California Bar. Her main interest is civil litigation. Recently, she has volunteered at a non-profit organization with a bias towards women and children’s rights. Apart from English, she speaks basic French and Swahili and is also fluent in Runyankore, Rutooro, and Luganda, all native dialects of Uganda. She says she is adventurous and loves hiking, camping, and gardening. She also enjoys photography, cooking, traveling and meeting new people.
Victoria is a recently admitted member of the California Bar, assisting with juvenile dependency issues part-time. She earned her JD at City University of New York School of Law (2009), a law school dedicated to “law in the service of human needs.” Victoria is a Bay Area native and graduate of Tamalpais High School and UC Berkeley with a BA in History and minor in Theater, Dance and Performance Studies. She has recently published in the Whittier Journal of Child and Family Advocacy. Victoria has worked as a volunteer law clerk with the Dependency Division of the Office of the Alameda County Public Defender, Disability Rights California, the Defender’s Clinic at Main Street Legal Services and is currently a Volunteer Attorney with the San Francisco VLSP Family Law Project. Prior to law school she worked as a mental health assistant at a non-public day treatment school, a CASA volunteer, a volunteer tutor at San Quentin Prison and a carpentry instructor at a summer day camp. Victoria enjoys rock climbing and new challenges.
Alexandra "Lexi" Louderback
Alexandra just completed her third year as a Business Administration student with a minor in law at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She is a member of the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority – Delta Theta Chapter, where she serves as the financial vice president in charge of managing their budget. She is also a graduate of Marin Catholic High School (2007) where she maintained a 4.2 GPA and was on the Dean’s List all 4 years.
Having completed his first year at George Washington Law School in Washington. D.C., Brice worked for us from May 17 – August 3, 2010, logging in a staggering 359.10 hours. He expects to earn his J.D. in May 2012, and is a Thurgood Marshall Scholar with a GPA of 3.444.
Brice is an undergrad of UC San Diego where he received his BS in Chemical Engineering. He has four years of experience working at the Ares Corporation in Oakland and has passed the Chemical Engineering/California Engineer-In-Training exam.
Brice is also very active in basketball and served as a referee in San Diego for all levels of teams from youth to adult leagues.