Kabir Chopra is an associate in the Los Angeles office. Mr. Chopra supports the firm’s public agency clients with various facets of municipal law.
Mr. Chopra attended Loyola Law School (Los Angeles) where he earned his Juris Doctor degree in 2012. During his summer, Mr. Chopra clerked for the Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office (Civil Litigation Division). Mr. Chopra also worked as a judicial extern for Judge Patricia M. Schnegg in the Los Angeles Superior Court (Criminal Division) and as a clerk with the Federal Public Defender (Central District of California). During law school, Mr. Chopra represented indigent clients in the juvenile justice system as a State Bar of California certified law student through Loyola Law School’s Juvenile Justice Clinic.
Mr. Chopra received his Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology from UCLA in 2005. He also received a Master of Public Health degree in Environmental Health Science from UCLA’s School of Public Health in 2009. Prior to joining Aleshire & Wynder, Mr. Chopra worked on modeling legal theory for a Los Angeles-based software startup.
Mr. Chopra has been a member of the State Bar of California since December 2012.