Ms. Luna Stevenson graduated with honors from Oberlin College with a Bachelor of Arts in History. After college, she lived in Tokyo, Japan for two years as an Oberlin Shansi Fellow.
Ms. Stevenson moved to California to attend law school at the University of Southern California, where she earned her Juris Doctorate. At USC, she was a Public Interest Law Foundation Grant Recipient for her work at Community Legal Aid SoCal and a USC Merit Scholarship Recipient. She wrote-on to the Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice and served as submissions editor in her third year of law school.
During law school, Ms. Stevenson worked for Community Legal Aid SoCal where she provided family law services to indigent people who could not otherwise afford legal representation. In her second year of law school, she worked for the USC Law Immigration Clinic, where she provided pro bono representation to asylum seekers. She also served as a Certified Law Clerk at the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office where she conducted preliminary hearings on the record. She was active in the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles and served as their student liason to USC in her third year of law school.
Prior to joining Lonich Patton Ehrlich Policastri, Ms. Stevenson worked for a law firm in Los Angeles practicing family law and immigration law. She has experience handling divorces, child custody, property division, and domestic violence restraining orders.
Ms. Stevenson is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and is also proficient in Japanese.
In her free time, Ms. Stevenson enjoys playing the piano, traveling, cooking, and spending time with friends. Ms. Stevenson is passionate about helping her clients through difficult times and empowering them to succeed.