Zobida McCorquodale is an associate in the firm’s Petaluma office. She is a versatile lawyer with experience in both litigation and transactional matters. Zobida handles a range of transportation-related matters and complex civil litigation, taking pride in strategy formulation and execution to secure early resolution. At the same time, she is skilled at handling all facets of business litigation, including drafting corporate documents, real property purchase and sales agreements, lease agreements, promissory notes, amortization schedules, service agreements, and independent contractor agreements.
She has a Master’s in Law and a Law & Technology certificate from UC Berkeley School of Law. Her legal training while there included patent, copyright, trademark, and privacy law. Before earning her Master’s, she earned her law degree from Hassan II University School of Law in Casablanca, Morocco.
When she moved to California, she started her first job at Medtronic Inc., a large medical device company in 2000 and held positions including trainer, team leader, project coordinator, and engineering technician. She worked for Medtronic for over 15 years and received support from management to pursue her education at the Santa Rosa Junior College, where she earned her legal secretary credentials, Sonoma State University, where she earned her paralegal certificate, and eventually UC Berkeley School of Law, where she earned her Master’s in Law.
- Hassan II University School of Law (J.D., 1998)
- University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (L.L.M., 2013)
Licensed to Practice in
- Sonoma County Bar Association