Teresa M. Mayer
Teresa M. Mayer joined the litigation team at P.K. Schrieffer LLP after serving the homeless community through the City of Los Angeles (LA) for almost eight years. Ms. Mayer was also a hearing examiner for the City of LA parking citation appeals. In 2017, while a part-time third year in law school, she created the Community Assistance Parking Program, which assists homeless individuals living in their vehicles. Through her advocacy the program was unanimously approved by LA City Council.
Ms. Mayer passed the California Bar Examination in 2022 and primarily handles civil litigation matters, including premises and products liability, commercial construction defect, personal injury, Anti-SLAPP cases, monitoring matters, and insurance law.
Ms. Mayer graduated from UCLA with an undergraduate degree in Philosophy and received her J.D. from Loyola Law School in LA. Ms. Mayer was in the Loyola Law School Project for the Innocent and worked as a legal intern at Homeboy Industries, the LA Public Defender’s Office, and the LA District Attorney’s Office. In her spare time, she loves training martial arts and hiking.