Attorney at Law
Joy Chang earned her law degree from Loyola Law School. Before attending law school, Joy worked with the non-profit organization JusticeCorps, where she assisted pro se litigants with legal matters related to housing and family law.
After completing law school, Joy was selected to participate in the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) Fellowship program. During this fellowship, she had the opportunity to work closely with Judge Richard J. Burdge at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, where she gained valuable insight into the workings of the court system and honed her advocacy skills.
Currently, Joy works as a law clerk, where she provides support on complex civil litigation matters involving Hague Convention, breach of contract, and conspiracy. Joy also provides extensive support in criminal defense. Her strong legal background and attention to detail have made her an invaluable asset to her team.
In addition to her legal work, Joy is also fluent in Mandarin and conversational in speaking Taiwanese. Her ability to communicate effectively with clients and colleagues from diverse cultural backgrounds has helped her to build strong relationships and achieve successful outcomes in her legal work.