A jack of all legal trades and mastering some. While Thea finished her law degree with a corporate and business law track, however, in practice, she had more exposure to trial and appellate litigation. This trained her to advocate for the Firm’s clients in a well-rounded manner, from the preventive to remedial measures, in and out of court.
After seven years in a private firm with expertise in criminal defense and one year as a solo practitioner handling various cases and administrative proceedings, she has also come to appreciate not just the legal but the business and human resource aspects of a running business; this aids her in researching and providing for well-balanced and client-centered solutions.
As a perpetual learner, Thea enjoys brushing up on her Mandarin, and taking theology classes, while also serving as a life-coach in a group counseling program in church. She also enjoys swimming, running and hiking and trying new sports that don’t require much hand-eye coordination.