Alanna J. Pearl, Esq.
Alanna Pearl has been helping individuals and small businesses resolve their legal issues since becoming a California attorney in 2008. Ms. Pearl understands that a lawsuit often involves both financial and emotional aspects for her clients, and brings an upfront, compassionate yet strong, and holistic approach to the world of litigation.
Ms. Pearl has an impressive background litigating a wide variety of civil matters, ranging from complex financial fraud and business disputes to executive level employment cases. Ms. Pearl excels at complex legal analysis and writing, and is consistently praised for her stellar work product by colleagues, judges, and mediators alike.
After nearly eight years of broad-based litigation experience and excellent mentorship, Ms. Pearl opened her solo boutique law practice in 2016. Ms. Pearl's mission is to use her top-notch legal skills to bring peace of mind to those facing legal problems and disputes, and to seek justice for those who have been harmed by the wrongful actions of others.
Ms. Pearl received a Bachelor of Arts degree magna cum laude from the University of Maryland, College Park, and received her law degree cum laude from the University of San Diego after attending the school on a merit-based tuition scholarship. During law school, Ms. Pearl served as an Executive Member on the USD Moot Court Board, and both competed on and served as a coach for the USD National Moot Court Team. Ms. Pearl graduated from law school in the top 10% of her class.
Ms. Pearl is an active member of the San Diego legal community and believes strongly in the value of community service and pro bono work. Ms. Pearl currently serves as the Chair for the Animal Law Section of the San Diego County Bar Association, and in 2015, completed a one week pro bono civil rights trial representing a former prisoner at R.J. Donovan Correctional Facility.
Originally from New Jersey, Ms. Pearl relocated to San Diego in 2004 and is an avid skier, yoga practitioner, and animal rights activist.
"It always seems impossible, until it's done."-Nelson Mandela