Laura E. Vocke, Esq. is a graduate of University of San Francisco School of Law. As a law student, Ms. Vocke was a recipient of the Public Interest Law Scholarship, worked as a certified law intern at San Francisco Bay Area Legal Aid in the domestic violence department, and was an editor of the Journal of Law and Social Challenges. Since becoming licensed in 2010, she has worked almost exclusively in family law in the Bay Area, and practiced as an attorney with Schoenberg Family Law Group immediately prior to joining ADZ Law LLP. Prior to entering law school, Ms. Vocke graduated with the highest honors in her major at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Ms. Vocke chose to become an attorney because she deeply values advocating for justice for her clients. She takes pride is guiding and supporting her clients through what is often the most challenging time of their life. She is experienced with working with clients of diverse backgrounds, and has specific experience working with clients with large estates and complex compensation, including equity compensation. She works tirelessly to find resolution for her clients through litigation, mediation, or a combination of the two, depending on the individual needs of the client.
Ms. Vocke has maintained her commitment to advocating for the rights of survivors of abuse through her work as a pro bono attorney with the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, and her involvement in legal programs educating attorney about domestic violence law. She is a member of the board of directors of Queen’s Bench Bar Association, a local bar association promoting women in the law through networking, education, and community service. When not practicing law, Ms. Vocke enjoys yoga, hiking, and climbing.
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