Sherrie S. Diveglia is a partner in our Long Beach
office. In 1996, Ms. Diveglia graduated from Bucknell University.
At Bucknell, she was awarded the National Science Foundation
Scholarship. Prior to entering into law school, from 1997
to 1999, she worked as an associate with Travelers Insurance
Group, in the Special Liability Unit, evaluating environmental
losses, interpreting general liability policies, and acting
as a liaison between attorneys and policyholders.
Ms. Diveglia received her Juris Doctorate degree from
Loyola Law School in 2002. She is currently admitted to
the California State Bar, including the Central District
of the U.S. District Court for the State of California.
At Loyola, she served as an articles editor for Loyola
Law Schools Entertainment Law Review, and was a member
of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity.
2003 to 2005, she began her practice with a small plaintiff's
firm, located in Beverly Hills, California, where she handled
complex business, securities, and medical malpractice litigation.
From 2005 to 2007, she handled toxic tort and business
litigation with a large defense firm. Ms. Diveglia second-chaired
several toxic tort trials to verdict with favorable results
for her clients.
Ms. Diveglia's current practice
includes the defense of product liability and toxic tort
litigation, specializing in complex law and motion. She
is a member of the American Bar Association, Korean American
Bar Association, Asian Pacific Bar Association, International
Korean American Lawyers Association, and National Asian
Pacific American Bar Association.