Maria Hall Law, a Professional Corporation
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Maria Hall is familiar with the unique cultural landscape and legal issues that arise from living and doing business in a culturally diverse city.
Upon graduating from the USC Gould School of Law, Maria was awarded two post-graduate fellowships (the Irmas Fellowship and the Earthjustice/Sutherland Fellowship) that funded her first year’s work as a lawyer at Communities for a Better Environment (CBE), a social justice organization with a focus on environmental health and justice in working class communities of color that suffer most from environmental pollution and toxics.
In 2015, Maria became the Attorney Development Director of the Los Angeles Incubator Consortium, a legal incubator that increases access to justice by supporting new solo lawyers as they build sustainable community law practices.
Maria serves on the Board of Trustees of the Mexican American Bar Foundation (“MABF”), a nonprofit organization with a mission of “enhancing diversity of the legal profession through education” by providing scholarships to students of Latino heritage attending ABA-accredited law schools in Los Angeles County, including Loyola, Pepperdine, Southwestern, UCLA, and USC. Learn more at www.themabf.org. She also serves on the Access to Justice Committee of Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Future of the Legal Profession Task Force of the California Lawyers Association.
She is a past co-president of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild (www.nlg-la.org) and, along with Jim Lafferty, she co-hosts the weekly Lawyers Guild Radio Show on KPFK 90.7 FM.