Isabella is a Bay Area native who practices in the areas of workers’ compensation and public employee retirement law. She received her undergraduate degree in philosophy at San Jose State University, with an emphasis in ethics and social justice. She obtained her juris doctor at Santa Clara University School of Law and is licensed to practice law in California.
As an undergraduate, she worked full-time at a non-profit youth development organization and served two terms as an AmeriCorps Vista volunteer working with high-risk youth in disadvantaged communities.
While in law school, Isabella was a Policy Research Fellow at the Panetta Institute for Public Policy, served as technical editor for the Santa Clara Law Review, and interned for Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren. She also traveled to Australia where she worked directly with trafficking victims at a women’s safe house in Sydney.
Prior to joining the firm, Isabella gained trial experience at the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office where she represented the State in juvenile felony matters and misdemeanor cases. She is currently a board member of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Silicon Valley and the Korean American Bar Association of Northern California.