Liya Wallace was born and raised in Temirtau, a town in Kazakhstan. In 2003, she moved to the United States with her family. After high school, Mrs. Wallace went on to attend California State University, Sacramento, obtaining degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology.
Her interest in the criminal justice system spurred Mrs. Wallace to continue her education at Lincoln Law School, where she obtained her Juris Doctorate. Mrs. Wallace worked at the Sacramento County District Attorney’s office as a certified legal intern for four years before joining the Arnold Law Firm in the summer of 2016.
Mrs. Wallace currently engages in civil litigation, emphasizing employment and class action lawsuits. She finds her work to be both challenging and rewarding.
Mrs. Wallace has worked diligently and has strived for the best, setting high goals and achieving them. She has long recognized that the United States is full of opportunities. She appreciates the opportunities that have come her way and actively pursues solutions and possibilities in all aspects of life.
In addition to English, Mrs. Wallace is fluent in Russian and Ukrainian. She also speaks conversational Spanish and is learning Portuguese. Her goal is to be fluent in at least five different languages.
When not at work, Mrs. Wallace likes to spend time with her family. She continues to challenge herself personally in studying human behavior, neuropsychology, and motivational reading. Mrs. Wallace also enjoys traveling, adventure sports, salsa, and bachata dancing.
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