Biography

Before joining the USF faculty, Marci spent half of her twenty-year legal career supporting the judiciary as a research attorney for two different trial courts, and half of her career working in private practice with large and small firms in the Bay Area.

As a practitioner, Marci's work focused on complex civil litigation, primarily in the areas of securities, antitrust, business, banking, and insurance law, and she routinely drafted and argued critical motions in state and federal courts throughout California.

As a research attorney, her work centered on legal research, writing, analysis, civil procedure, and evidence.

Education
JD, Yale Law School, 2001
BA, Political Science and Psychology, Stanford University, 1998
Experience
Research Attorney, Sonoma County Superior Court (civil and probate departments)
Research Attorney, San Mateo County Superior Court (complex department)
Attorney, Friedemann Goldberg Wargo Hess, LLP
Attorney, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP
Adjunct Professor, New College School of Law (legal research and writing)