PRACTICING SINCE 2017
Angie has worked with Fried & Williams since 2013 as a law clerk, paralegal and now as an attorney. During that time, she has been exposed to a variety of real estate laws including landlord-tenant, neighbor disputes, and rent board matters. During law school, she participated in various housing clinics throughout the bay area.
Angie graduated from Mills College with a Bachelors of Arts in Political, Legal, Economic Analysis in 2010 and with a Masters in Business Administration with a focus in finance in 2011. Before starting law school, she had the opportunity to live and work abroad and played a key role establishing a start-up company in Costa Rica.
Angie is a native speaker of Spanish. She is fully equipped to understand, assist and serve the needs of the Spanish speaking clients.
John F. Kennedy University – J.D. 2016
Mills College – M.B.A with a focus on finance 2011
Mills College – B.A. political, legal, economic analysis with a focus in economics 2010
De Anza College – A.A. Business Administration with a focus in economics 2008
Rent Board Matters
Breach of Contract and HOA Disputes
United States Northern District Court
Angie has assisted Steven Williams and Clifford Fried with legal research and drafting legal opinions and articles to a variety of publications on landlord-tenant related issues.
HONORS & AWARDS
Scholarship recipient – Forte Fellowship, Mills College Merit and Athletic Based Scholarship, Palo Alto Area Mills College
& AWARDS CONT'D
2x NAIA Cross Country National Championship Qualifier, Cross Country Conference Champion, Coast Conference Championship – 3000-meter Steeplechase, 10000- meter, NorCal Championship qualifier, state qualifier, and multiple school record holder at Mills College and De Anza College.
Running, boxing and hiking are my stress relievers. Don’t mess with me I have a mean left hook. I love traveling and immersing & learning about different cultures. I’ve played the violin for over 10 years and lived abroad in Costa Rica before law school.