Rebecca A. Caley graduated from California State University, Fullerton
(B.A. Criminal Justice 1984) and Loyola Law School, Los Angeles (J.D.
1987), where she was a member of the Scott Moot Court Honors Board, and
represented Loyola in the Roger J. Traynor State Competition.
Caley has developed an emphasis in creditor litigation which involves state
court trials, bankruptcy litigation, federal and state seizures, and lemon
law defense. Ms. Caley also practices banking operations litigation and
personal injury matters.
Caley's "AV" rating signifies the very highest standard of legal
abilities and unquestioned professional ethics.
Caley is a member of the State Bar of California, Orange County Bar
Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Financial Women
International and National Association of Women Business Owners, and has
been admitted to the United States District Courts of California. She also
provides community pro bono services regularly.
Christopher M. Domin received his Juris Doctor in 2010 from the University of California, Davis, where he served as an Associate Articles Editor on the UC Davis Law Review. While in law school, Mr. Domin received Public Service and Pro Bono certificates relating to his service in underprivileged communities.
He graduated cum laude in 2006 from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a Bachelor of Arts in both History and Political Science. He is a member of the State Bar of California, Orange County Bar Association, and the OCBA Young Lawyers Division.
Publications: Mitigating Evidence? The Admissibility of Polygraph Results in the Penalty Phase of a Capital Trial (UC Davis L. Rev. Vol. 43 Issue 4, 1461)