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Elizabeth C. Dimaano

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    • California
    • J.D., 2020, California Western, School of Law, cum laude
    • B.A., 2015, Azusa Pacific University

    About Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Dimaano has experience in employment litigation claims including wrongful termination, retaliation, discrimination, and wage and hour claims. Elizabeth has represented employees, employers, individuals, businesses, and public entities across Southern California. 

    Elizabeth began her career practicing general liability, specializing in personal injury defense, where she expanded her knowledge and experience in discovery-related matters, drafted persuasive motions and oppositions, and assisted in various trial strategies and preparation. Elizabeth has also drafted multiple dispositive motions for employment-related claims, interviewed and deposed witnesses critical to such motions, and strengthened her skills with discovery-related matters. She has also managed her own case load having settled multiple cases with results that exceeded client expectations. 

    Elizabeth earned her J.D. cum laude from California Western School of Law. While in law school, Elizabeth enjoyed competing in the Appellate Advocacy Program, where she earned accolades such as “Best Brief” award in the UC Davis Asylum and Refugee Law Competition. She also worked on the board of many school organizations, including the Student Bar Association, Pride Law, and Community Law Project. She has held many other professional roles, including a clerkship at the United States Attorney’s Office and a judicial externship with the Honorable Judge Anthony J. Battaglia. 

    In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys discovering new music, attending spin classes, running on the beach, and spending time with friends and family. 

    Professional Affiliations

    San Diego County Bar Association 
    California Lawyers Association 



    Practicing Law Institute “Employment Law Yearbook,” Family, Medical and Military Leave chapter (2023)