I practice primarily in the business planning, estate planning and civil litigation areas.
I received my Bachelor’s degree from Yale University in Political Science, with a concentration on American Government. During college, I worked in all areas of politics, from grassroots community organizing to campaign finance reform, earning the Frank M. Patterson Memorial Research Prize in Political Science. I was also a four-year member of the Academic All-American Women’s Varsity swim team.
I received my Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University’s McConnell School of Law while additionally taking courses towards a degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution. I studied international dispute resolution in London, England and Geneva, Switzerland. While at Pepperdine, I was a member of the champion moot court team, competing at the Nationals Moot Court Competition and placing in the semi-finals at the Constance Baker Motley Moot Court Competition. Before starting Le + Pelletier, LLP, I served as a clerk to the Screen Actor’s Guild, Senator Barbara Boxer of California and the United States Attorney’s Office of the Central District of California.
I am a member of the American, California and Sonoma County Bar Associations as well as a section member of the Business Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution sections of the California Bar. I volunteer with the American Association of University Women and Kiwanis International and serve on the boards of the Santa Rosa Concert Association and Sonoma County Young Democrats. I am fluent in Spanish and am an avid runner and yoga enthusiast.