Brooke Christine Bellah is an associate in JML Law’s Employment Law Department.
Born and raised in Arizona, Brooke moved to California in 2012 to attend Pepperdine University School of Law.
While in law school, Brooke studied abroad in London and argued in the Royal Courts of Justice Moot. She also advised the British Copyright Council on United States copyright law.
After spending time in London, Brooke developed a greater interest in protecting individual rights. She began working at Pepperdine’s Legal Aid Clinic at the Union Rescue Mission. While there, she represented low-income individuals in a wide variety of legal matters. Brooke also spent two years with the LACBA Domestic Violence Project, helping both men and women obtain freedom from their abusers.
After she graduated law school in 2015, Brooke chose to work for JML Law. She enjoys using her legal knowledge to assist those who have been wronged by corporations.
While she’s not working, Brooke enjoys reading, creative writing, and traveling.