Diane Chang

After graduating with a B.A. in political science from the University of California, San Diego, Diane Chang moved to France and Romania for four years, studying, working, and volunteering abroad. Upon her return, Ms. Chang began a career in real estate as a realtor and property manager. This experience allowed Ms. Chang to work with individuals and families from all walks of life, inspiring her to give back to the community in novel ways. In addition to volunteering for local animal welfare charities, Ms. Chang decided to attend law school, convinced a law degree would enable her to maximize her societal contributions.

In May 2017, Ms. Chang graduated from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, with several accolades, including the Dean’s Service Award, the First Honors Award in Advanced Trial Advocacy, recognition for her participation in the Roger J. Traynor Moot Court Competition, the National Moot Court Competition, the Moot Court Honors Board, and the Hobbs District Attorney Clinic. Ms. Chang served as a staffer and editor for Loyola’s International and Comparative Law Review, publishing and editing articles for the Inter-American Court of Human Rights Project. Ms. Chang was also selected by her peers to serve as President of the Evening Student Bar Association, President of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, and she was chosen to deliver the commencement address for the graduating class of 2017.

Additionally, Ms. Chang clerked for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office throughout her law school career, learning first-hand the struggles faced by victims of crime and injury. In February 2018, shortly after her admission to the California State Bar, Ms. Chang joined Adamson Ahdoot LLP.

Ms. Chang brings the empathetic perspective she developed as a realtor, property manager, and District Attorney clerk to the plaintiffs’ personal injury practice at Adamson Ahdoot LLP. Ms. Chang understands a client’s peace of mind is achieved through dedicated communication, vigorous advocacy, and compassion for the injury endured. In her free time, Ms. Chang continues to volunteer for animal welfare causes and periodically serves as a guest judge for Loyola Law School’s moot court teams.

Ms. Chang is admitted to practice in all state courts of California and the United States District Court for the Central District of California.