Calimay Pham is currently a staff attorney at the Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers, a non-profit organization made up of law firms that "represent parents in juvenile dependency proceedings in Los Angeles County." Source
Calimay "is a graduate of UCLA School of Law, where she served as a Managing Editor and Symposium Editor for the Asian Pacific American Law Journal. Ms. Pham was also selected to serve as a Writing Advisor, a role through which she developed the research and writing skills of first-year law students. While at UCLA, Ms. Pham was recognized as an Outstanding Brief Writer for the UCLA Fall 2012 Moot Court Competition and received a scholarship from the Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association.
Ms. Pham has built a strong foundation within the Los Angeles community. Prior to law school, Ms. Pham served two years as a JusticeCorps Graduate Fellow, assisting self-represented litigants in family law and probate at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Downtown Los Angeles.
During her time in law school, Ms. Pham mentored prospective law school applicants at the UCLA Law Academic Outreach Resource Center. She also clerked for the Kinship Care Project at Bet Tzedek Legal Services, a non-profit organization providing free, comprehensive legal services for low-income individuals and families in Los Angeles.
Ms. Pham went on to intern in the Property and Litigation departments at the Los Angeles County Counsel, where she was named Volunteer of the Year. She served as an extern for the Honorable S. James Otero of the United States District Court, Central District of California prior to joining Yang & Wang, P.C.
Ms. Pham received her Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude with College Honors, in the Study of Religion and History from the University of California, Los Angeles." Source