Audrey received her Juris Doctor from Boston University School of Law, where she graduated cum laude, and in the top 25% of her class. Audrey is a Paul J. Liacos Scholar, having earned grades in the top 10% of her class during her second year of law school. In addition, Audrey received top marks in her Torts class (A+). While in law school, Audrey participated in the Stone Moot Court Competition and the BU Civil Litigation Clinic. Excited about her choice to become an attorney, she also acted as a Student Welcomer, helping new students acclimate into law school.
Prior to law school, Audrey attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in History and Sociology. She was also a member of Alpha Kappa Delta, the Sociology Honors Society.
Audrey has focused on personal injury and wrongful death litigation including premises liability, inadequate security, automobile accidents, and product liability since she began practicing law in 2012. She also has experience in employment discrimination, landlord/tenant law, and medical malpractice litigation.
In addition to being a member in good standing with the California Bar Association, Audrey is active with the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association (SFTLA), Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC), American Association for Justice (AAJ), and the San Francisco Bar Association (BASF). She presently serves as the Event Vice-Chair for the Executive Committee of the Barristers’ Litigation Section of BASF. In addition, she is on the SFTLA Diversity Committee and Continuing Legal Education Committee.
Audrey received recognition as a Finalist for San Francisco Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2016 for her work on a trip and fall case. Audrey was also a recipient of the Bar Association of San Francisco’s Outstanding Volunteer in Public Service Award in 2014 for her work representing tenants.
Audrey was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She spent time in Atlanta, Cape Cod, Dublin, and Boston, before determining to settle in San Francisco due to its beauty, liberalism, and weather. Audrey’s father is a personal injury attorney in Miami, Florida. Her father’s work instilled in Audrey the importance of holding others accountable for their negligent and wrongful acts at a young age and inspired her to go to law school. Once in law school, Audrey was drawn toward Tort Law, and wrote her final paper on the importance of holding individual owners, shareholders, and related entities liable for their negligent and intentional conduct where the company has insufficient assets (also known as corporate veil piercing). In her spare time, Audrey enjoys yoga, acro yoga, biking, hiking, scuba diving, cooking, and traveling.