Lora S. Friedman was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2012, and is admitted to practice in all courts in the state of California and the U.S. District Court for the Central District.
Ms. Friedman received her Juris Doctorate degree from Trinity Law School and her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Chapman University. During law school, Ms. Friedman received awards for earning the highest grades in Legal Research and Writing, Remedies and Juvenile Law. Ms. Friedman was Editor-in-Chief of her law school’s Law Review and participated in the Traynor Moot Court competition.
Ms. Friedman was the Student Body President her last year of law school and was also honored with the Law Student of the Year award that same year. All this while she worked full time!
Prior to law school, Ms. Friedman worked as a Paralegal for many years. Ms.
Friedman was the Senior Paralegal for an in-house counsel for a major insurance company for a number of years where she worked on complex, high-profile cases and appeals.Ms. Friedman has experience in the following areas of law: General Civil litigation and Appeals including bodily injury claims; medical malpractice; wrongful death; negligent security; defamation; governmental tort law; and trespass/encroachment; subrogation; employment law; landlord-tenant; small claims preparation and appeals: Business Law including contract drafting, negotiating and business litigation; Trusts and Estates, including estate planning, probate and conservatorships.
Ms. Friedman is also an adjunct professor at Trinity Law School teaching Legal Research and Writing and Civil Procedure.Ms. Friedman’s hobbies include Stand-up Paddle Boarding, bicycling, reading and relaxing and spending time with her family.