• Dante T. Pride

    Dante T. Pride is the founding partner of The Pride Law Firm in San Diego, California. Mr. Pride attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga., where he received a full academic scholarship. While at Morehouse, Mr. Pride was a member of the honors program and named to the dean’s list. Mr. Pride graduated from Morehouse with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.

    Having a passion for advocacy, Mr. Pride then attended the University of San Diego School of Law, where he excelled in Advanced Trial Advocacy and was the Vice President of the Student Bar Association. During law school Mr. Pride was also a certified legal intern and worked at the Office of the Alternate Public Defender, where he defended indigent clients … Read More

  • Jessica Klarer Pride

    Jessica Klarer Pride is the managing partner at The Pride Law Firm. She has dedicated her entire legal career to the representation of victims of catastrophic injuries, wrongful death and sexual assault.  She received a B.A. in English from the University of California, Irvine before earning her J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law in 2006.  Prior to graduation, Ms. Pride garnered a position as a legal clerk with one of the nation’s largest personal injury firms, Girardi-Keese, in Los Angeles.  At Girardi-Keese, her passion for helping victims of personal injury was born.  Ms. Pride decided to return to San Diego and was offered an associate position at San Diego’s renowned and oldest personal injury firm, … Read More

  • Maggie Strohlein

    Maggie Strohlein is a certified paralegal at The Pride Law Firm. Maggie has over twenty years of experience in the legal field and has worked at several prominent firms in San Diego. She joined The Pride Law Firm in 2018 and enjoys working closely with clients and attorneys to resolve difficult cases.

    Maggie earned her paralegal certificate from The University of San Diego School of Law, where she graduated with honors. She has worked for the US Marshal’s Office and Federal Defenders and considers herself to be very well-rounded in the legal industry. Her work at The Pride Law Firm has been some of the most challenging and rewarding work of her career, and she takes great pride and satisfaction … Read More

  • Elisenda Guerra-Delgado

    Elisenda Guerra-Delgado (pronouns: they/she) is the legal assistant and secretary at The Pride Law Firm. Elisenda joined The Pride Law Firm in 2019 after receiving their degree in Communication Studies from the University of San Diego. During their time at USD, they engaged heavily with the LGBTQ+ community and worked closely with student organizations to promote diversity and community engagement.

     

    Elisenda is passionate about fighting against injustices that primarily impact people of color, women, LGBTQ+ individuals, and low-income communities. When deciding what path to take post-grad, Elisenda knew they wanted to continue to advocate for others in whatever way possible. Working at The Pride Law Firm does just that and she greatly enjoys being able to help survivors of Read More

  • Alana McMains

    Alana McMains is an associate attorney at the Pride Law Firm. Prior to attending law school, she received her B.A. in History from Beloit College and a Master of Library and Information Science from UCLA. She graduated cum laude from Northwestern University School of Law in 2011. While at Northwestern, Alana served as Membership Editor of the Northwestern University Law Review and was on the National Moot Court Team. She also interned with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the ACLU. After graduation, Alana served as a law clerk to a federal district court judge, the Honorable A. Richard Caputo. She then returned to her hometown of San Diego to work as a trial attorney with the Federal Defenders of Read More

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