Ms. Huey graduated with honors from the University of California, Irvine with Bachelor’s Degrees in both Criminology and Educational Studies. She also participated in UCLinks, a program that brought technology into underprivileged classrooms. During her Senior Year, Ms. Huey was a judicial intern for Fullerton County Superior Court, as well as a file clerk for a boutique firm specializing in property disputes.
Ms. Huey received her Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law. During law school, Ms. Huey was awarded a CALI Excellence for the Future Award and Best Oral Advocate for her academic performance in Advocacy. She was also selected to participate in Galloway Moot Court and, along with her partner, Ms. Gamble, was a finalist in Honors Moot Court. Also during law school, Ms. Huey was a Certified Law Clerk at a local firm specializing in exclusively family law.
Ms. Huey is passionate about working with Clients to guide them through family law issues. Through her role as Minor’s Counsel in many cases, she takes pride in knowing that she is able to bring a child’s voice into the courtroom in a safe and protected way.
Ms. Huey has handled hundreds of family law matters, representing parents, spouses, and children. Ms. Huey has taken paternity, spousal support, custody, and complex move-away issues to trial. She assists Clients in reaching favorable settlements, but when necessary, will zealously litigate an issue in the courtroom.
Ms. Huey enjoys spending time with her husband and her son. She also enjoys hiking, musical theatre, and reading.
Ms. Gamble attended the University of California Berkeley where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Ms. Gamble began her interests in law as a judicial intern for the Own Recognizance Project at the Alameda County Superior Court. During her senior year, Ms. Gamble managed the Own Recognizance Project interacting directly with the Court and supervising interns.
Ms. Gamble received her Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law. During her second year she was selected to participate in Honors Moot Court and excelled as a finalist with her partner Ms. Huey. Ms. Gamble also received the honor of Best Oral Advocate in her Advocacy Course. During law school, Ms. Gamble served as a Certified Law Clerk for the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office in the Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Real Estate Fraud Units.
Ms. Gamble currently assists the Court as Minor’s Counsel, representing children in custody and visitation issues. Additionally Ms. Gamble volunteers her time to the Court as an attorney for the Family Court Settlement Project.
Ms. Gamble has handled hundreds of family law cases assisting all different types of parties. Her courtroom and litigation experience provides a knowledgeable background for mediation services. Where mediation is not appropriate, Ms. Gamble takes pride in helping to support and guide clients through some of the most difficult times in their lives.
Ms. Gamble loves raising her twins and three dogs, spending time with her husband and staying active.