Melissa T. Currier, Associate
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F (916) 564-6263
Assistant: Sarah Kelly – Ext. 213
Ms. Currier earned her Juris Doctorate with distinction from University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in May 2017. She joined AKK as a law clerk awaiting Bar results and is now practicing as an associate. Ms. Currier is sharpening her skills in a variety of practice areas including employment, police liability, civil rights, and personal injury law. She has appeared in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, as well as a number of trial courts within the Superior Court of California. Her colleagues describe her as sharp and proactive, with a positive and unflappable demeanor.
During law school, Ms. Currier was a competing member of the Moot Court Honors Board. Her team competed nationally, winning best brief and best oralists in the regionals and coming in 6th place overall nationwide. Ms. Currier was also a writer and editor on the University of the Pacific Law Review. She also completed a full-time externship with the Honorable Judge Nunley in the Eastern District Court. Ms. Currier earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design from San Francisco State University in 2011. Prior to attending law school, she worked as a graphic designer doing primarily freelance work.
A Sacramento native, Ms. Currier enjoys spending time with her friends and family, hiking, baking, and trying new restaurants and breweries.
Rain, Rain, Don’t Go Away: Cloud Seeding Governance in the United States and a Proposal for Federal Regulation, 48 U. Pac. L. Rev. 949 (2017).
December 2017 – Present
Angelo, Kilday & Kilduff LLP – Associate
Angelo, Kilday & Kilduff LLP – Law Clerk
California Bureau of Real Estate – Legal Intern
Eastern District Court of California – Extern for the Honorable Judge Nunley
California Attorney General’s Office, Employment and Administrative Mandate section – Certified Legal Intern
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D., with distinction (2017)
ALI-ABA Student Award for Scholarship and Leadership
Traynor Honor Society
Second Best Oralists, Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition (2017)
Best Brief Award, New York City National Moot Court Competition, West Coast Region (2016)
Top Oralists Award, New York City National Moot Court Competition, West Coast Region (2016)
Winner, McGeorge 3rd Annual Negotiation Competition (2015)
University of the Pacific Law Review Writer and Editor
Public Legal Service Society Executive Board Member
Student Member, Anthony M. Kennedy Inn of Court
Research Assistant to Prof. Michael Mireles
San Francisco State University, B.S. (2011)
Volunteer Member, Sacramento County Bar Association “Shakers” Division (2018)
Volunteer Judge, Gordon D. Schaber High School Moot Court Competition, County of Sacramento Office of Education (2018)
Volunteer Mediator, California Lawyers for the Arts (2015)