Kristin Fabella has a passion for championing the rights of injured victims and is an experienced litigator. Once she becomes involved, she makes it her priority to become an expert on all issues affecting her clients. In 2020, she earned a Fellowship with the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). She attended Chapman Law School, where she was trained in Trial Advocacy under Hon. Halim Dhanidina, former justice of the California Court of Appeal (2nd District). She was also a member of her school’s Alternative Dispute Resolution competition team. Practicing the art of conflict resolution, she earned the CALI awards in Mediation/Negotiation, Family Law, and International Law & Organizations. Kristin also served as President of the Public Interest Law Foundation and graduated with the “Class of 2020 Community Service Award.”
She graduated from UCLA with her bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with a concentration in International Relations. While in college, she competed in the Model United Nations local, regional, and international competitions.
She is an active board member of the Orange County Coalition for Diversity in the Law (OCCDL).
In her free time, she enjoys hosting her monthly book club, concerts with her husband, Richard, and long walks with their rescue dog, Daenerys.
- University of California, Los Angeles, B.A. 2014
- Chapman University, Fowler School of Law, J.D., 2021