Tony thrives on lending a helping hand and "paying-it-forward." As an advocate for justice, he helps the most people he can by practicing class action litigation. His positive demeanor and passion for the law are contagious. He loves how class actions help his clients by the droves and level the playing field between them and powerful companies. After all, there is strength in numbers.
Tony graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law where he excelled in complex litigation and repeatedly earned accolades. As a CALI Award recipient (an award given to the student who achieves the highest grade), Tony shined in classes such as Legal Research and Writing and Complex Litigation (i.e., Class Actions). Not only did he receive recognition for his writing, but also his oral advocacy merited honors in Negotiations, Mediation Skills, Interviewing and Counseling, and Evidence Advocacy.
To hone his lawyering skills while attending law school, Tony worked as a research assistant. He also worked several side jobs and still found time to extern at the United States District Court for the Honorable Mitchell D. Dembin, Magistrate Judge.
He is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Diego School of Law.
In his spare time, Tony enjoys running, weight lifting, piano, brain games, and healthy cooking.