Corinna Jiang is an associate at McCune & Harber whose practice focuses on private and public entity defense in negligence, premises liability and employment discrimination matters. She is a zealous advocate for her clients and has extensive experience in motion writing. She handles her cases from beginning to end, drafts pleadings, prepares demurrers and motions for summary judgment, propounds and responds to discovery, and prepares matter for trial.
Ms. Jiang graduated from Southwestern Law School’s 2-year accelerated J.D. program, where she was a staff member for the Journal of International Law. During law school, she performed an extensive amount of pro bono service and received a Public Service Distinction Award. She also externed at the United States Attorney’s Office and the District Attorney’s Office. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and engaging in community service work.
Illustrative Professional Experience
Obtained favorable outcomes in summary judgment motions, discovery motions and other dispositive motions.
Successfully settled numerous lawsuits for negligence and premises liability in the early stages of litigation and at mediation.
Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA)
Member, Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (WLALA)
Member, Asian Pacific American Women Lawyers Alliance (APAWLA)
Education and Admissions
California State University, Los Angeles, Bachelor of Criminal Justice
University of Southern California, Master of Public Administration
Southwestern School of Law, SCALE Program, Juris Doctor
State Bar of California
United States District Court, Central District of California