Chelsea Ner’s practice primarily focuses on general liability, asbestos litigation and toxic tort matters.
Before Chelsea joined Walsworth, she was a claims and general litigation law clerk for a large public utilities company in Southern California where she met with clients and wrote memoranda, briefs and other legal writing assignments for attorneys. As a law student, she was a legal clerk and legal intern for a special education law firm where she researched special education law and analyzed legal trends in the field. While in law school, Chelsea was also part of the Youth Justice Education Clinic where she advocated for underprivileged youth and their education rights.
- Engaged in substantial case preparation work, eventually leading to favorable settlements
Chelsea Ner graduated from Loyola Law School and was a member of APALSA, Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, as well as a member of the Youth Justice Education Clinic. Chelsea was a recipient of the Clayton Fatheree IV Disability Rights Scholarship. Before law school, Chelsea attended the University of California, Riverside, where she majored in Political Science/Law and Society, was a Resident Advisor and served as Executive President of the Residence Halls Association.
In her spare time, Chelsea enjoys baking, working out, traveling to new cities, and spending time with friends and family, especially her baby niece.