Our Criminal Defense Team
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Natalie is a second-year law student at Chapman University, Fowler School of Law. Before attending law school she received her Bachelors Degree from California State University, Fullerton where she majored in Psychology and Criminal Justice with a minor in Law, Politics, and Society. Her passion for criminal defense stems from her time as an intern for the Orange County Public Defenders office. Natalie’s current position as a Law Clerk allows her to assist with case preparation through review and discovery, conduct case research, and communicate with clients. Additionally, Natalie employs her fluency in Spanish to effectively serve Spanish-speaking clients and their families. Natalie strives to continually aid our clients in understanding the legal system and providing them with the utmost reassurance and professionalism.
Before Julianna joined the Kenney Legal Defense team, she was a criminal defense paralegal for almost two years. She attended California State University, Long Beach and received her Bachelor’s Degree where she majored in Political Science with a concentration in Law, Politics, and Policy. She also attained a minor in Communication Studies and graduated Magna Cum Laude. After graduation, Julianna studied abroad in The Netherlands through California State University, Long Beach where she studied advanced argumentation and debate. While studying abroad, Julianna was fortunate enough to tour the International Criminal Court and the Peace Palace in The Hague, Netherlands. Julianna’s passion for criminal defense derived from working as a volunteer at the Hoffman House. A Parolee Service Center contracted by the California Department of Corrections that provides a full spectrum of social services for formerly incarcerated women who are at risk of recidivating. Julianna was able to witness first hand how the legal system operates through service and professional aid. Nonetheless, Julianna is able to assist Spanish speaking clients by helping them and their families understand legal proceedings from beginning to end. For Julianna, understanding one’s pending criminal case is critical for having access to justice.