She holds a B.A. degree, graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of Massachusetts, Boston and a J.D. degree from Whittier Law School. She passed the California State Bar in 2020.
Remee Alawar, Esq.
Defending and helping people is a large part of Remee’s personality.
She started at Foothill Law Group as a Law Clerk and quickly rose through the ranks as our stellar Associate Attorney. Remee says she has always found it in her heart to defend people. It started at a young age when she’d speak up for family, friends and those who couldn’t speak up for themselves. This is what drew her to law. Remee has been working in the legal field since 2012.
Like many on the Foothill Law Group team, Remee brings extensive knowledge of working with children. While studying political science during her undergraduate career, she worked at a local pre-school developing a connection with children. This helps serve working with Desiree in her work representing children as a minor's counsel.
As a Law Clerk, Remee assists lawyers at Foothill Law Group in all legal settings. The legal field is complex and it takes a team of professionals to move a case forward. Remee performs a wide variety of tasks from preparing legal documents, conducting legal analysis, research and assists in preparing the attorneys for trial.
Remee says it was the Foothill Law Group’s welcoming and nurturing energy that drew her to this office. “They’re very compassionate. I’ve worked in many fields before and haven’t worked for anyone as caring and compassionate as Desiree and Nancy.”
She says, “We’re free to explore and take on cases that interest us and be a part of that case from beginning to end. This is something that’s highly valuable for the client." She enjoys the close relationships with clients.
In her spare time, Remee enjoys reading articles and journals, spending time with family and friends, traveling, and visiting her niece and nephew in Dubai any chance she gets.
She likes the lifestyle and the professional work environment of law. She enjoys speaking in court.