Ifeoma Enenmoh is an associate who practices in the areas of employment and labor law, product liability, and trucking and transportation Ifeoma is accustomed to handling many aspects of trial preparation, such as conducting discovery and deposing witnesses; preparing subpoenas; drafting motions and briefs; and making court appearances on behalf of her clients. She also gained professional experience during law school as a judicial extern for the Honorable Andre Birotte, Jr. in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Ifeoma earned her J.D. in May 2017 from Pepperdine University School of Law, where she was awarded the Dean’s Excellence Scholarship, was a staff member at the Pepperdine Law Review, participated on the Pepperdine Interschool Trial Team, was an Honor Board Member, worked with the Advocates for Public Interest Law, and was a member of the Black Law Student Association. She earned an undergraduate degree in business administration from Southern Methodist University in May 2014 with an emphasis in accounting and minors in psychology and human rights. Her contributions to the community include working as a volunteer with the Arrest Rights Workshop, the International Rescue Committee, the Genesis Women’s Shelter, and the Pepperdine Community Justice Clinic.