Alisa E. Sandoval

Senior Associate

Tel: (877) 446-2529
Fax: (626) 449-5572

Experience

Alisa E. Sandoval is a Senior Associate and Litigator for Richardson|Ober and focuses her practice on Real Estate and Community Association cases. Alisa’s areas of specialty include litigation, real estate disputes including transactions, partitions, title or PSA mediation.

Hooked from an early age on the idea of arguing on behalf of a client and the art of persuasion, Alisa has been preparing for a successful career as a litigator for many years. Add to that a strong sense of compassion for others and a desire for justice and you realize why Alisa’s clients put their complete trust in her abilities.

“One thing I try to do with each and every case is to use the client’s satisfaction as a marker for success regardless of the case’s outcome.”

Reflected in her work is a commitment to each case, being well-prepared and a tenacity for turning over every stone to find an angle that benefits her client. Striking a balance between work and her personal life, Alisa tries to keep things in perspective and look at the bigger picture when faced with challenges. Her straightforwardness and ability to work with all types of people and truly connect with their strife keeps Alisa busy in her litigation practice.

Alisa obtained her Juris Doctor from Whittier Law School and a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California Los Angeles in English Literature. Alisa is also fluent in Spanish.

Prior to R|O, Alisa worked as a litigator for Collins, Collins Muir & Stewart, LLP where her practice focused on general civil litigation. Alisa is licensed by the California State Bar and the U.S. District court for the Central District of California and is a member of both the Los Angeles County and Pasadena Bar Associations.

Education

Whittier Law School, J.D., 1998

University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., English Literature, 1994

Languages

Spanish

Court Admissions

The State Bar of California

 

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