Mariah is an associate in the Global Commercial Disputes group in our San Francisco office. Mariah has experience drafting motions, briefs and policy recommendations, conducting legal research, preparing discovery, implementing municipal policies, and devising solutions to administrative challenges.
Mariah is active in the firm’s pro bono practice and was a moderator for a 2021 International Women’s Day panel with firm clients and attorneys that focused on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on women in the workforce.
While in law school, Mariah participated in the Housing Law Clinic, where she defended low income clients in landlord-tenant disputes.
Prior to entering law school, Mariah worked as a management analyst with the City of Richmond, where she regularly analyzed the Richmond Municipal Code ("RMC") and its relation to California’s laws and policies. In that position, Mariah familiarized Richmond citizens and investors with the RMC and how to comply with it. Mariah was also a public policy intern with the Richmond City Council, where she advised two councilmembers on policies and provided general support.