CYNTHIA D. HAFIF VOTED IN AS MEMBER OF AMERICAN BOARD OF TRIAL ASSOCIATES IN 2014
“The preservation of the civil jury trial, “Justice by the People,” is the primary purpose of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). We seek attorneys who display skill, civility and integrity, to help younger attorneys achieve a higher level of trial advocacy and to educate the public about the vital importance of the Seventh Amendment. Thomas Jefferson was of the opinion that the right to trial by a jury of fellow citizens was a more important safeguard of personal liberty than the right to vote. With a jury, the rights and duties of each of us will be decided by our fellow citizens, not by some bureaucrat or governmental functionary. ABOTA agrees with Jefferson and is a leader in the fight to preserve and protect your right to a jury trial. ABOTA is dedicated to “Justice by the People.”
INLAND EMPIRE’S ANNUAL LAW & ORDER ISSUE RECOGNIZES CYNTHIA D. HAFIF AS THE REGIONS TOP LAWYER IN 2013
CYNTHIA D. HAFIF RETAINED FOR WOLF HYBRID ATTACKS
Cynthia Hafif was retained to represent a local ranch owner for a vicious attack that occurred when a neighbors wolf hybrid dogs ate the hindquarters of the ranch owners miniature horse. Sadly, this was not the wolf-hybrid dogs first attack in the area. Read more about the vicious attack in the LA Times and CBS News.
CYNTHIA D. HAFIF NAMED TO BOARD OF CONSUMER ATTORNEYS OF THE INLAND EMPIRE (CAOIE)
Cynthia Hafif of Hafif & Associates, LLP joined the Board of Directors of CAOCIE and was recently honored as a speaker by the state of California at the seminar that the CAOC is hosting in Rancho Mirage on May 10, 2010. Read more here.
CYNTHIA D. HAFIF IS A SUCCESS STORY, ACCORDING TO METRO BUSINESS IN 2013
“Cynthia Hafif may not look like a trial lawyer but beware, looks can be deceiving. Already amassing millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for her clients over her brief 12-year career, she has earned a reputation as one of the most feared lawyers in the Inland Empire.” Read more here.