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Gary LeibowitzGARY LEIBOWITZ

Admitted to California Bar: May 9, 1980
Undergraduate School: Queens College, City University of New York
Law School: Western State University

Gary Leibowitz is a nationally recognized leader in aspects of creditor and debtor bankruptcy law. From 1980 to 1999 he was a managing senior partner of Leibowitz and Constantino. During his time at Leibowitz and Constantino, he routinely obtained judicial decisions that affected corporate policies and had an impact on a national basis. His firm handled anywhere from 10,000 to 20,000 new cases per month including creditor representation, debtor representation, and personal injury. In 2000, Mr. Leibowitz decided to take a more personal approach to the practice of law set up his own small practice in order to devote his time to giving his clients the personal attention they deserved. He has 30 years of experience litigating cases. He has also served as Judge Pro Tem in what is now known as the Superior Court of California, County of Orange , Harbor Division. Mr. Leibowitz is a graduate of Queens College , City University of New York and Western State College of Law, Fullerton, California . He is a member of Orange County Bar Association.


JACQUELINE D. SERRAO

Admitted to California Bar: December 2009
Undergraduate School: Dartmouth College
Law School: Whittier College School of Law, magna cum laude , Top 15% of Class
Areas of Practice: Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, and Business Litigation

Jacqueline D. Serrao joined the Leibowitz Law Group as a law clerk in 2008 and remained with the firm as an attorney when she was admitted to the California Bar in 2009. During her time in practice, Ms. Serrao has represented both debtors and creditors in business and personal bankruptcy proceedings including adversary matters. She has also successfully represented clients in various types of personal injury matters. Ms. Serrao, whose undergraduate degree is in Spanish Language, Culture, and Society, is fluent in reading and writing Spanish.