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Allister Liao

Law Offices of Allister R. Liao
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Allister Liao
Law Offices of Allister R. Liao
San Mateo,
 CA

Compassion. Empathy. Justice. These are Allister's values and the foundation of this law firm.

Before law, Allister was a teacher. He instructed both special needs and under-privileged children in San Diego and Richmond, California. Transitioning into law, Allister sought a legal practice with the same human connection. He quickly learned that personal injury was his passion.

Allister is one of just a handful of bilingual English-Chinese attorneys that practices exclusively personal injury law on behalf of injured victims in the Northern California Bay Area.

Allister is widely endorsed by attorneys and clients and published reviews are posted on various publicly-accessible websites on the internet, including Yelp, Google Plus, and Avvo.

As an attorney, Allister continues to train with lawyers and judges from around the world. In 2014, he successfully completed the National Institute of Trial Advocacy's (NITA) Deposition Skills, Trial Skills, and Advanced Trial Advocacy Programs. In 2015, Allister was a recipient of the Master Advocate Designation from NITA.

EDUCATION

National Instit. of Trial Advocacy

Univ. of S.F. School of Law, J.D.

Univ. of Calif. at San Diego, B.S.

AWARDS

National Instit. of Trial Adv. Master Advocate

National Academy of PI Attys Top 10 Under Age 40

Am. Instit. of PI Attys Top 10 Client Satisfaction

Moot Court Award for Best Oral Argument

CALI Excellence Award in Insurance Law

Univ. S.F. School of Law, Trial Team

Advocate of the Year, Quarter-Finalist

Avvo Rated "Superb" (10/10)

Yelp Reviews (5/5 Stars)

Google+ (5/5 Stars)

LANGUAGES

English

Mandarin Chinese

Taiwanese


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