Nina Zhang



Nina joined the firm in 2017 as a litigation associate. Previously she gained litigation experience working in general litigation firms on all stages of civil litigation, from pleadings to trial. She aggressively and creatively advocates on behalf of her clients to achieve effective and efficient resolution of disputes in a wide variety of forums: arbitrations, mediations and trials.

Her healthcare law experience stems from her work as a research assistant for Professor Katherine Pratt, when she researched health insurance coverage and disability issues. Nina’s experience includes reviewing health care plans for compliance with the federal Employment Retirement Income and Security Act (“ERISA”), interpreting California’s Knox-Keene Act, ERISA and the federal Emergency Treatment and Labor Act (“EMTALA”). She is the author of New Healthcare Laws Potentially Increase Access to Care for Transgender People published in the American Bar Association’s (ABA) The Health Lawyer in December 2013 and Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Could Expand Coverage for Gender Dysphoria published in the ABA’s Health eSource in March 2015.

She volunteers for the Venice citation clinic, a monthly clinic that provides representation to the homeless near and around the Venice boardwalk. From 2015 to 2017, she also volunteered for the Clemency Project 2014, former President Barack Obama’s initiative to grant clemency to low-level drug offenders.

In her free time, she enjoys competitive swimming and playing classical piano.


J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 2013
B.A., Cornell University, 2009

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2015
  • United States District Court for the Central District of California, 2017
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of California, 2017

Professional Memberships

  • Women Lawyers’ Association of Los Angeles (WLALA)
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA)

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