Kandy graduated cum laude from Pepperdine University School of Law, where she served as Literary Editor of the Pepperdine Law Review and won numerous moot court competitions and speaking awards. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi (“Ole Miss”). Kandy has practiced corporate law at several big law firms and is licensed to practice law in California and Tennessee.
In addition to her corporate law experience, Kandy served as a Deputy District Attorney with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office Trial Attorney Partnership Program (“TAP”). While participating in TAP, she successfully prosecuted a jury trial and argued numerous preliminary hearings, motions, and other evidentiary matters.
Kandy previously sat on the Board of Directors and was the Chair of the Governance Committee of Hope University (now Hope Center for the Arts), an arts day school for adults with developmental disabilities.
Kandy also co-hosted “Future Meets Law,” a legal tech podcast by Bryan Cave LLP (now Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP).
She would love to own a horse farm and a winery.
What She Does in Her Spare Time:
On weekends, she can typically be found watching her kids’ sporting events.
She enjoys yoga (especially hot yoga), pilates, and running.