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Solida Ly


Attorney Solida Ly is an English-Cambodian bilingual attorney based in Garden Grove, California. Her law practice focuses on Immigration Law and select legal matters. Ms. Ly offers experience honed by work with diverse clients and complicated legal matters in private practice for over a decade before founding her own law firm.

Ms. Ly obtained her Juris Doctor degree from University of California, Hastings College of the Law. While at Hastings, she received various awards/scholarships, including Joe Morozumi Scholarship from Asian American Bar Association for exceptional legal advocacy and Justice Allen Broussard Scholarship for outstanding minority students pursuing higher education. She obtained her bachelor's degree in Economics, with a minor in Environmental Economics and Policy, from UC Berkeley, where she attended on scholarships, which included The Achievement Award Program (TAAP) from CAA.


Ms. Ly is a member of State Bar of California (since 2012), the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), United States District Court for Central, Eastern, & Northern District of California, and The California Young Lawyers Association (CYLA).


Ms. Ly has a well-rounded background. For three consecutive summers prior to law school, she worked as a legal assistant at a small private law firm. During her first year in law school, Ms. Ly volunteered as a law student counselor at the Asian Law Caucus--Immigration Clinic--that helped indigent clients with various immigration issues. During summer of her 1L year, Ms. Ly externed for The Honorable Maureen A. Tighe at the United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California. As a 2L at Hastings, she worked as a summer associate at a private law firm focusing in immigration law. During her 3L year, Ms. Ly was a certified law student advocate at the Civil Justice Clinic, where she co-represented individual clients in unemployment insurance and wage-and-hour cases.

Ms. Ly also remains involved with her college alma mater by regularly volunteering to read and evaluate scholarship applications for California Alumni Association (CAA) at University of California at Berkeley. She often provides pro bono legal services to local communities or organizations such as Public Law Counsel and Asian American Advancing Justice that provides direct legal services to indigent clients. In her free time, she loves spending family time with her spouse and their two small children.

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