Stephanie came to the Gomez Law firm in 2012. She works primarily in the Mass Torts Division and has a strong interest in catastrophic injury and products liability.
Stephanie was born and raised in Arizona and spent her summers in San Diego. She attended the University of Arizona on full scholarship and graduated magna cum laude with a BA, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration. At the UofA she was a member of the nationally ranked UofA Pomline, performing at all football and basketball games, as well as competing in various national competitions. Upon graduation, she began pursuing her lifelong ambition of becoming an attorney, working as a legal assistant at an Arizona law firm before attending the University of California Hastings College of the Law in the heart of San Francisco.
At Hastings, Stephanie was the Executive Submissions Editor on the Hastings Business Law Journal and was recognized with the Best Oral argument award in Hastings’ Appellate Advocacy program. Additionally, Stephanie was selected to serve as a teaching assistant for the College’s Legal Writing & Research and Moot Court courses. She was a member of the Hastings Trial Law Association and served on the Inter-Journal Writing Competition committee. More importantly, her commitment to public service was evidenced often during her three years as she devoted her time as a student legal advocate with the General Assistance Advocacy Project and Homeless Legal Services, as a student coach for the Richmond High School Mock Trial Program, and as a member of the Hastings Public Interest Law Foundation, serving those in need and less fortunate in the Bay area.
Upon graduation, Stephanie relocated to San Diego to be closer to her family and friends. She has greatly enjoyed her experience with the Gomez Law Firm, working alongside others who truly want to help those injured by the wrongful acts of others.