J.D., University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law
B.S.J., Northwestern University
Janelle Li-A-Ping is a litigation associate admitted to practice in California. She has represented clients in a variety of complex commercial litigation and general litigation matters. Janelle is also actively involved in pro bono work. She has worked on cases involving prisoners’ rights and civil claims pursuant to Section 1983. Before joining Miller Barondess, she was a litigation associate with an international law firm.
Janelle is a member of the Los Angeles Association of Business Trial Lawyers. During law school, she worked as a legal advocate for the Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center Special Education Law Clinic where she advocated on behalf of children with developmental disabilities and their families.
Janelle received her B.S.J in Journalism from Northwestern University in 2013, where she was an All-Academic Big Ten runner on the Women’s Cross Country team. She received her J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2019, with a specialization in Critical Race Studies. She also served as the Chief Managing Editor of the UCLA Law Review.