Post-Bar Law Clerk Georgia Jaye Zacest
Georgia Jaye Zacest attended Boise State University for undergrad where she was a Division I swimmer. Georgia went on to attend the University of Oregon School of Law, where she earned the Outstanding Pro Bono Award and graduated Order of the Coif—considered one of the highest honors a law student can receive. Georgia is currently a Post Bar Law Clerk at Case Law Ltd. and, upon receiving her results, will be licensed to practice law in Texas and join the firm as an attorney. Her practice areas will be civil rights, personal injury, civil litigation, and criminal defense.
Case Law Ltd. has successfully litigated hundreds of matters including successfully obtaining a $1.03 million dollar judgment, reversing a 34 year-old murder conviction after winning in the Court of Appeal, suing the City of Oakland’s Police Department, suing the City of Sacramento, obtaining a $150,000 settlement with the Town of Tiburon’s Police Department, obtaining a $200,000 settlement with the City of Vacaville’s Police Department, obtaining a dismissal on attempted murder charges, defeating a $4 million dollar damage claim at trial, and several other very impressive wins. Case Law Ltd. represented Andrew Holiman at the trial court level in the published case of People v. Holiman (2022) 76 Cal.App.5th 825, changing the law to require more than failure to use a turn signal to pull over a motorist in California.
We believe that justice can be done by ordinary people. Those twelve ordinary people in a courtroom are called jurors. In the United States, if you have a claim for damages or you are charged with a crime, you have a right to a jury trial. We pride ourselves on our jury verdicts. We take special pride in that we go to trial when most other lawyers just try to settle cases without getting full justice for their clients. We believe in full justice.