Dominique Boubion is an associate attorney at Carrillo Law Firm, LLP.
She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law. While in law school, Dominique was an active member of the law school community. She served as Editor-in-Chief of the public interest journal The Diversity and Social Justice Forum, was an active member of Chapman’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition team, and planned multiple symposia featuring practice-oriented issues of social justice.
Dominique was the recipient of the Jayne Taylor Kacer Award, recognizing her as one of two graduating students who has made significant contributions to furthering a diverse and inclusive environment at the Fowler School of Law. She was also the recipient of the National Order of Scribes Award, presented to graduating students who demonstrate the highest level of professionalism and are outstanding legal writers.
Dominique received her B.A. in Literary Journalism at the University of California, Irvine, where she gained experience investigating and conducting extensive research to uncover facts and craft a compelling story. Her background and knowledge in literary journalism enable her to be an effective advocate for our clients, both inside and outside of the courtroom.
Dominique currently focuses on civil rights, child sexual abuse, wrongful death and catastrophic injury.