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We are a virtual law firm able to help our clients without the added expense of brick-and-mortar offices. Meet the team:

Toby Adams, Esq.
Attorney at Law​

Ms. Adams brings to the table a rich blend of life experience and legal experience. She graduated with Distinction from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and practices family law and estate planning for non-traditional families in counties throughout California.

Toby Adams earned her MBA at San Jose State University, an ABA-approved Paralegal degree at MTI, and her JD with Distinction at McGeorge School of Law. She interned at several prestigious non-profit organizations in San Francisco as well as working for family law attorneys in both Davis and Sacramento. Toby has been licensed to practice in California state and Federal courts since 2012.

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Emma Dauplaise
Law Clerk

Emma Dauplaise is a third-year law student at Santa Clara University School of Law and began working with the firm in December 2021. She attended University of California, Santa Cruz and earned a BA in Anthropology. In law school, she has been involved in pro-bono legal projects and was a Judicial Extern at the Santa Clara Superior Court under judges in the Family Justice Center and Hall of Justice. At SCU, Emma is the President of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice.

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Allegra Pescatore
Office Manager

Allegra Pescatore is an author and "office mom" extraordinaire. She grew up in a small village in northern Tuscany as the daughter of two artists and has five published novels with more to be released in 2023. As a disabled woman and staunch LGBTQ ally she adds her cultural competency to the collaborative and organizational expertise that allows her to keep this law firm running smoothly.

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Kyle Vogel
Law Clerk

Kyle Vogel is a third-year law student at Santa Clara University School of Law and began working with the firm in January 2023. A second-career law student interested in improving the community, he attended American University where he obtained a BA in Law and Society. Following successful careers as a business owner and stay-at-home parent he came to law school, where he has worked on the Northern California Innocence Project, for several Public Defenders Offices, and at the Alexander Community Law Center. Kyle is VP of SCU's American Constitution Society and ACLU Clubs, and has interned for the ACLU. Kyle's LinkedIn Profile

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