Susan DeNardo is a 2004 graduate of University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento with an advocacy concentration. Ms. DeNardo is admitted to practice in California (2004). She is also admitted to practice in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Northern and Eastern Districts of California.
During law school, Ms. DeNardo worked as a certified law student in the Misdemeanor Unit for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California. After graduation, Susan DeNardo went on to work as a law clerk for Federal Magistrate Judge Craig M. Kellison of the Eastern District of California in Redding, California.
In 2005, Ms. DeNardo returned to Sacramento and began working for Angelo, Kilday & Kilduff where she represented public entities in cases involving constitutional, employment and tort laws for close to five years. In 2013, Ms. DeNardo joined Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn, where she handles civil litigation matters on behalf of public entities.
Susan DeNardo has experience handling civil cases from inception through trial or settlement. She has taught federal procedure to attorneys and completed internships at California’s State Capitol learning how laws are created.
Education: B.A. California State University, Sacramento 2000; J.D., University of Pacific Mc George School of Law 2004.