After serving as a defense lawyer for over a decade Ariella now leverages her considerable experience to represent plaintiffs, fighting for their rights and interests. A veteran of over 30 civil jury trials, The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) accepted Ariella with the honorary rank of Associate in recognition of her work. As an active member of the ABOTA Foundation, Ariella attends chapter, National, and International Board Meetings, giving her a nationwide and global insight into best practices for handling jury trials. She works with other accomplished attorneys to help preserve each citizen’s right to jury trials, ensure that lawyers maintain professionalism in the courtroom, and educate upcoming generations about their legal rights.
Ariella’s advocacy for the community extends beyond the courtroom. She served on the California State Bar’s Committee for Administration of Justice, participated as a settlement officer for the Los Angeles Superior Court and acted as a member of the Junior League of Los Angeles. She also volunteered at the Beverly Hills Bar Association Pro Bono Legal Clinic and the International Refugee Assistance Program (IRAP), which helps resettle refugees suffering from hardships in the Middle East.
As a mother, Ariella shows her daughter that you can achieve professional success by fighting for what’s right. In her free time, she enjoys snowboarding with her family, surfing, traveling, and going to art shows and museums.