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Ms. Solmer provides aggressive representation in litigating a wide spectrum of claims before state and federal courts and administrative agencies.  Capitalizing on insights gained from past experience in handling plaintiff and defense litigation on an individual, representative and class action basis, Ms. Solmer tailors a strategy to achieve the most advantageous and cost-effective result in any dispute, while zealously advocating on your behalf.  Ms. Solmer specializes in employment law and related disputes, in addition to general business and civil litigation matters. 


Psychology, B.A, Minor Degrees Spanish and Russian Literature, University of California, Los Angeles, 2008 (Dean's List Member)

Juris Doctorate, Southwestern University School of Law, 2012 

State Bar of California

United States District Court, Central District of California
Eligible for Waiver in District of Columbia


Possess Native Fluency: Spanish, Russian, Armenian

Los Angeles County Bar Association, Member

Ventury County Bar Association, Member

Employment and Labor Law, Member



Contributions published in Columbia Human Rights Law Review’s “A Jailhouse Lawyer’s Manual and Supplement,” a Spanish legal practice guide for detainees, 2010-2012.



Wage and Hour Law Basics For General Labor Workers, Van Nuys Labor Center, 2011.

Seminario Sobre Leyes y Derechos Laborales (para empleados y empleadores); Wage and Hour Law Basics and Effects of Recent Changes, Bell Arts Performing Center in collaboration with Ventura County YMCA and Westside Community Development Corporation.  February 25, 2016, 5:30 p.m. (*Spanish.)



Southern California Super Lawyers, Rising Star 2017-2018. 

[The Rising Stars list honors the top 2.5 % of attorneys in each state.  Ms. Solmer was selected to the Rising Stars list in the area of Employment Litigation.] 

Top 40 Under 40, Employment Law. The National Advocates 2017-2018.

CAALA Plaintiff's Trial Academy Graduate 2016.

Nominated as Lawyer of Distinction, Employment and Labor Law Practice 2015-2016.

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