Dominique joined the firm in May, 2017. She started her career at the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office where she established herself as a successful litigator and researcher. Dominique continued on as a criminal prosecutor with the Sacramento District Attorney’s Office and Shasta District Attorney’s Office where she completed several jury trials and engaged in daily court trials, negotiations and settlements.
Dominique left the criminal arena to become in-house counsel for the Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association, where she drafted multi-million dollar contracts and provided pertinent legal advice for its various departments. Dominique was additionally employed as a contract attorney for several local firms where she worked on a wide array of matters ranging from domestic violence hearings to insurance litigation to real estate contracts.
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (Criminal Justice Concentration, Certifications: Advocacy and Mediation, 2012)
California State Polytechnic University – Pomona (B.A. in Behavioral Sciences, Minors: Criminal Justice and Chemistry, Certification: Criminal Justice, 2008)
Dominique was admitted the the California State Bar in 2013 and to the United States District Court for the Northern District of California in 2016.