Whitney Miyamoto is a paralegal at Lanzone Morgan. In addition to her paralegal duties, Whitney often performs daily office tasks and acts as a welcoming and helping figure to newer attorneys or firm staff. Although Whitney is a quiet individual, she is extremely diligent and tenacious with her job.
Whitney graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona with a B.A. in Sociology with an option in Criminology and obtained her Paralegal Certificate from Pasadena City College. She is also currently a member of the Los Angeles Paralegal Association. Before deciding to work in elder abuse, Whitney was part of the JusticeCorps program where she assisted self-represented litigants at the Pomona Courthouse’s Self-Help Legal Access Center. While in the process of obtaining her Paralegal Certificate, she interned at the Jackie Robinson Community Center, where she helped with restraining orders and unlawful detainers. She also interned at the Orange County Public Defender’s Office interviewing clients at the Orange County Superior Court.
Throughout her career, Whitney believes some of her most notable achievements are establishing loyalty, reliability, and good work ethic throughout a highly credited law firm. She also prides herself on making a transition to a more cruelty-free lifestyle in the products she purchases and in her diet. While currently maintaining a Pescatarian diet, she eventually wishes to fully transition to either a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle.
Whitney came to Lanzone Morgan in hopes of finding a career in helping others and believes Lanzone Morgan is truly like no other firm in their hard work and dedication in helping people. She also appreciates the way Lanzone Morgan always strives to do more for their clients.