Sirine Yared graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. After graduating, she worked at an immigration nonprofit as a legal intern in Los Angeles before pursuing her passion for the legal field and applying to law school. In 2018, Sirine started attending Chapman University, Fowler School of Law and graduated in 2021 having received the Distinguished Graduate Award. While in law school, Sirine served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Chapman Law Review, on several student organizations’ executive boards, and as the academic fellow for her Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research professor.
Drawn to the opportunity to interact directly with clients and help families navigate stressful and trying times, Sirine has acquired experience working for socially conscious private firms and non-profits in the greater Los Angeles and Orange County areas. She has legal experience in the fields of adoption, special education, conservatorship, domestic violence restraining orders, and assisted reproduction. Sirine started as a law clerk at Moore Law for Children in the summer of 2020. She remained working for the firm for the remainder of law school and became an associate attorney after passing the California bar.
During my first year of law school, I had the opportunity to apply for a job at Moore Law for Children. I was highly attracted to their dedication to their clients and the broader community and did not hesitate when given the opportunity to be a law clerk at the firm. My experience working here has been incredibly motivating and valuable. I am proud to work alongside dedicated and thoughtful staff who prioritize client care and are genuinely invested in the success and well-being of those who trust them with their most sensitive cases.