Arianna Young is an associate in the Los Angeles office. Arianna has litigated in California and federal courts, representing clients in a wide range of complex commercial class-action disputes, insurance coverage disputes including first and third-party claims, financial services litigation, intellectual property litigation, and bad faith litigation.
While attending law school at the University of Southern California, Arianna was President of the Class of 2016, the Executive Submissions Editor of the USC Review of Law and Social Justice, the Vice President of Development for USC’s Public Interest Law Foundation, a supervising student-attorney with USC’s Post-Conviction Justice Project, and a judicial extern for the Honorable Michael R. Wilner in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
While a student-attorney with PCJP, Arianna, in front of California criminal courts, successfully argued on behalf of juvenile offenders who originally were sentenced to life without the possibility of parole who were petitioning to be resentenced to a paroleable sentenced under Miller v. Alabama. She also argued on behalf of rehabilitated offenders in front of the California Department of Corrections Parole Board.