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Irvine, California 92618
Sharon Perez is from Southern California and attended UC Santa Barbara where she majored in Sociology and Black Studies. She was on the Dean’s list, earned a distinct honors in Black Studies, and wrote an Honors Thesis titled, "The Class First Approach: An Intersection of Race, Class, and Capitalism."
Sharon graduated from Chapman University Law School where she was on the Moot Court Board, Diversity Editor of Chapman Law Review, and Vice President of the Public Interest Law Foundation. Sharon’s article “Integrating Intersectionality in the Federal Rule of Evidence 403,” was published in Chapman Law’s Diversity and Social Justice Forum’s November 2021 edition. She has a passion for social justice and helping people gain agency in the legal system. Sharon has obtained her Mediation certification through Chapman Law’s Mediation Clinic and through her legal career has had the privilege of advocating for victims in front of many Judges in Southern and Northern California.
Chapman University, Fowler School of Law