Alyssa Engstrom is a litigation associate in the firm's Los Angeles office. Alyssa practices in all aspects of general business, environmental, land use, and real estate litigation. Alyssa also has experience with federal receiverships and construction matters. Alyssa has experience drafting motions, as well as experience in all aspects of civil discovery, including depositions, written discovery, and resolution of discovery disputes.
Alyssa was previously a summer associate at Allen Matkins. Prior to joining Allen Matkins, Alyssa was a legal intern for the California Coastal Commission.
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles
Alyssa received her B.A. from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where she majored in history and political science. While at Michigan, Alyssa was a scholarship athlete on the women's varsity soccer team. Alyssa received her J.D. from USC Gould School of Law where she served on the Board of the Energy and Environmental Law Society and the Women's Law Association. She was on the staff of the Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal, where she published the article, "The Hyde Amendment: Perpetuating Injustice and Discrimination After Thirty-Nine Years." (25 S. Cal. Interdis. L.J. 451). In her final year of law school, Alyssa studied for a semester at the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Alyssa Engstrom