Stefanie Eick graduated cum laude from California Western School of Law in 2014. Ms. Eick was the recipient of the Creative Problem Solving Scholarship and an honors instructor for criminal law. During Law School, Ms. Eick worked for the California Innocence Project and her casework included cases involving DNA and biological evidence. In addition, Ms. Eick worked for the County of San Diego as an intern for Office of the Alternate Public Defender where she appeared in court daily on behalf of clients. Ms. Eick also worked with Eastman & McCartney LLP as an intern, where she focused on intellectual property including patents and trademarks. Ms. Eick is a member of the California Bar and licensed to practice in all courts of California, and is also registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Eick graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University with a degree in Biology-Chemistry. During undergrad, Ms. Eick was a recipient of the Provost Merit Scholarship. Ms. Eick’s education focused heavily on lab work and included studies in physical chemistry, organic qualitative analysis, organic chemistry, bioinformatics, molecular biology, analytical chemistry and advanced biochemistry. In addition, Ms. Eick preformed biological research on a Federal Wildlife Refuge, presented research at the West Coast Biological Conference, was a member of the National Biological Honors Society, and aided her professor as a Chemistry Lab Assistant.