Saja La Rue is an Associate Attorney at Jacoby & Meyers. She joined the firm in 2017 and focuses on personal injury matters including vehicle accidents, slip and falls, bicycle accidents, and pedestrian accidents.
Prior to joining the firm, Saja was an Associate Attorney at Wyner Law Group, P.C. where she represented children with special needs and their families against school districts. Saja also worked as a pro bono attorney at Mental Health Advocacy Services and the Learning Rights Law Center.
A Loyola Law School, Los Angeles graduate, Saja received the Loyola Alumni Association Award and the Bernice and Arthur Ullman Endowed Award. She served as the Co-President of the Women’s Law Association, Vice-Justice of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and Mentor Recruitment Coordinator for the Young Lawyers Program in which she helped organize mock trials for high school students in low income communities.
During law school, Saja was admitted as a Certified Law Student by the State Bar of California’s Practical Training of Law Students Program. For two years she represented children with special needs in juvenile court and school proceedings as part of the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy’s Youth Justice Education Clinic. Saja completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Riverside.
Since being admitted to the State Bar of California and Central District Court of California, Saja has focused on protecting the rights of individuals who cannot do so for themselves. Saja is very passionate about the law and is committed to seeing that justice prevails.