Ms. Chambers obtained her undergraduate degree from American University in Washington, D.C. with an emphasis in Law and Society and Sociology and was a member of the University’s Honors Program. She thereafter attended The University of San Diego School of Law on a Merit Scholarship and received her Juris Doctor.

While in law school, Ms. Chambers was an Executive Board Member of the Moot Court team for which she was the designated “problem writer” for the National Criminal Procedure Tournament hosted by The University of San Diego School of Law. Ms. Chambers was also a member of the San Diego Journal of Climate Change and Energy Law and the Vice President of the Public Interest Law Foundation.  During law school, Ms. Chambers worked as a certified law clerk for the San Diego County Public Defenders Office and clerked for the Appellate Defenders, Inc.

Prior to joining EPS, Ms. Chambers worked as a Research Attorney for the Monterey County Superior Court civil division where she advised the judicial officers on all civil law and motion matters and prepared judicial opinions and orders.

Ms. Chambers works in the firm’s San Diego office, practicing in the area of workers’ compensation defense, LHWCA, and Jones Act matters.