Rosa Lokey Orbe, J.D.
I came to the Bay Area in August of 1994, with the hopes of being hired by The Grateful Dead as their first female song writer and eventually found myself graduating from New College of California School of Law in 2006.
While I attended law school, I continued to work in a full-time capacity and built a massage business and a retail business from the ground up.
Law and Mediation Offices of Suzan Barrie Aiken
I am at present researching Cancer and Curative Therapies and Pour Over Will and Trusts involving Blended Families.
I have recently researched:
Statutory Law for Appeals after Final Judgment, Credit History Abuse,
Contract Breach, Liability and Fraud, along with research for Fair Debt
Collections and California State Bar Ethics pertaining to Attorney
Statutory and State Bar Limits involving Debtors under Title 1.6c and
also Bankruptcy Creditor Claims, Real Property Title Rights pertaining
to Contract Issue and Breach
Trademark Infringement Law, Trade Secret Law Federal Trademark Law, Electronic Stalking and Harassment
Rent to Own Agreements, Public Resources Sustainable Land Use, Community Property, Trespass and Vandalism, Probate Law, Landlord/Tenant Rights, Gas Well Lease Royalties, Property Valuations,
Elder Abuse and Inheritance Bequeaths, False Arrest , Disability/Civil Rights and Statutory Rape & Sexual Abuse Issues involving a minor, Product Liability, and Product Marketing, Judge Misconduct
Trusts and pour Over Wills, Inheritance Rights, Airline Insurance,
I assisted Attorney Mark Webb (415.515.0968) with his closing statement in the high profile Walmart case concerning the failed quick release clamp device and also researched Judge Misconduct for Mr. Webb. I assisted Acting Law Dean Ed Roybal (510.836.8447)for many years. I taught 4 classes of Street Law at Berkeley High in the Spring of 2006, thru Professor Tom Nazario's program (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I interned briefly at Jackson Squares Law Offices (415.394.3800) and initiated and completed a drug record expungment.
I also interned at the Law Library at New College from January 2008 thru June 2008. During my time in the library, I updated and indexed 90% of the 2008 legal research materials in the main law library and the reserve law library and assisted students and attorneys with their in-house research.
I have been self-employed since 1990 and I have grown through formal and individual study and real life experiences. I have a vast love for reading, writing, and working with people. Please view my work and educational experience.
Please call me at 415.847.3411. I look forward to hearing from you.