Laura Lim



Laura Lim’s behind-the-scenes experience with the California and federal courts helps her craft effective, compelling arguments as an appellate advocate.

Before joining GMSR, Laura was a research attorney for Justice John S. Wiley Jr. at the California Court of Appeal and a law clerk for Judge George H. Wu in the Central District of California.  In her work at both the appellate and trial court levels, Laura drafted opinions and orders spanning a wide range of complex civil issues.  Laura also worked at a major international law firm as a litigator with an emphasis on data privacy.  She helped clients interpret evolving privacy regulations and navigate data breach notification requirements, and she presented several seminars about the European General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act.

Laura graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, where she earned the Prosser Prize and Best Brief Award in Written and Oral Advocacy.  She was a member of the California Law Review and worked in the Berkeley Law Policy Advocacy Clinic.  During her time in the Bay Area, she cultivated a love for hiking, coffee, and — for better or for worse — Cal Football.

Speaking and Involvement

The Appeal Killers" Avoiding the Traps That Can Doom Your Appeal Before It Begins, CLE Webinar