DANICA Y. CHANG
Danica is an Associate at Macdonald & Cody. As a litigator, Danica is a passionate advocate for her clients. Her practice focuses on both general and complex civil litigations cases including bodily and property injury defense, habitability, and premises liability.
Danica started her career advocating and defending the interest of the underrepresented members of the community focused in the areas of landlord tenant disputes, construction contract, and contractual disputes.
During law school, Danica was the Managing Editor of Los Angeles Public Interest Law Journal – Southwestern Law School Chapter. She earned valuable experienced clerking with the Office of the District Attorney, Department of Justice – Office of the Attorney General, and Office of the Los Angeles City Attorney – Department of Water and Power. She also interned at the prestigious Taiwanese based law firm Lee and Li, Attorneys-At-Law. In addition, Ms. Chang holds a master’s degree in Business Administration and has an extensive non-legal background in real estate and health care. She is licensed to practice before the U.S. District Court of the Central District and Southern District of California. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
- Automobile and Homeowner Bodily Injury and Property Damage Claims
- Commercial General Liability
- Construction Defect
- Habitability/Landlord Tenant Disputes
- Southwestern Law School, JD, 2014
- University of Phoenix, BA, 2007, MBA, 2008
- State Bar of California
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