CASSIDY A. WALLACE
Cassidy graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2014 with a B.A. in economics. Thereafter, Cassidy earned her J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2017, where she graduated cum laude with election to the Order of the Coif. At Pepperdine University, Cassidy also earned a Straus Institute Certificate in Dispute Resolution and a Palmer Center Certificate in Law and Entrepreneurship. During her time at Pepperdine University, Cassidy served as a Senior Editor for the Pepperdine Law Review, a teaching assistant for the first-year Legal Research & Writing courses, and a student attorney for the Special Education Advocacy Law Clinic, providing legal services to students and parents with special education needs in primary and secondary schools. Cassidy was a selected member of the Phi Delta Phi International Honors Society. Cassidy also served as a judicial extern for the Honorable R. Gary Klausner of the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
- J.D. (cum laude with election to the Order of the Coif), Pepperdine University School of Law (2017)
- B.A. (economics), University of California, Los Angeles (2014)
- Dispute Resolution, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution (2017)
- Law and Entrepreneurship, Geoffrey H. Palmer Center (2017)
- California (2017)
- United States District Court for the Northern District of California (2017)
- Motion to dismiss granted and case dismissed in an elder abuse action against a brokerage firm where the customer had requested damages exceeding $1.2 million.
- Presentation at the Western Independent Bankers Association Education Summit and Expo, September 20, 2017: “Can You Sleep at Night? Managing Technology Vendor Risk”
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