Dixon Diab & Chambers

Speaker Bio

Ms. Dixon's practice focuses on complex class actions, mass torts and multiple party litigation, representing individuals who have been injured as a result of defective products, medical devices or fraud. Ms. Dixon also uses her past experience as a partner in a prestigious law firm to advise and represent clients in business disputes and in employment matters, including gender discrimination. Ms. Dixon handles complex civil cases from start to finish, including trial, arbitrations or settlement. She has been recognized for her advocacy on behalf of her clients and her professionalism and dedication to the San Diego community.

Ms. Dixon has been designated a Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers Magazine and was previously recognized as a Super Lawyers “œRising Star” from 2014-2016. In 2014, she was identified as one of the “œbest and and brightest minds in San Diego” as a San Diego Metro 40 Under 40.

Ms. Dixon has been awarded the Best of the Bar award from 2014-2016, and was previously honored to receive San Diego Daily Transcript Top Corporate Attorney in 2015, San Diego Daily Transcript “œWomen of Influence” and San Diego Daily Transcript's Young Attorney award in 2012. Ms. Dixon continues to believe it is important to give back to the San Diego Community, as well as strongly advocate for her clients. She is a past-president of Lawyers Club of San Diego, the largest specialty bar association in San Diego, whose mission is the advancement of women in law and society. She is the past-president of the California Western School of Law Alumni Association Board. Ms. Dixon currently serves as the co-chair of the Lawyers Club non-profit committee, Fund for Justice. She also was selected by the Chief Judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District to serve as a Lawyer Representative to the Southern District Federal Court. Ms. Dixon continues to teach trial advocacy at California Western School of Law, where she is an adjunct professor in trial skills, and coaches mock trial teams. She is a Barrister of the Inns of Court, Welsh Chapter. She remains an active member of both the San Diego County Bar Association and Federal Bar Association, as well as the American Bar Association. Ms. Dixon completed her undergraduate degree at University California, Santa Barbara and her Juris Doctor at California Western School of Law, where she received several distinctions and awards for her trial and appellate advocacy.