Mimi A. Hoff

Mimi A. Hoff


Mimi A. Hoff is a 2019 cum laude graduate of California Western School of Law where she served on Law Review and was the Editor-in-Chief of the California Western International Law Journal, and received several awards (listed below). While she served on Law Review, she wrote an article discussing the consequences of the #metoo movement. Her article was selected and published in the California Western International Law Journal. She also served as an Honor’s Instructor helping students enhance their reading and writing legal skills. Finally, she participated in an externship program for Federal District Court Judge Curiel, where she learned about all three perspectives of the law: the neutral justice administrator, the prosecutor, and the defendant.

Before law school, Mimi served as president of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity at the University of San Diego and was an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta. She also participated in study abroad programs in Spain, France, Belgium, Austria, and Turkey, which elevated her communication and cultural skills.

Mimi’s background makes her a natural fit for her practice areas of criminal defense, immigration, and estate planning.

Mimi is a lifelong San Diegan and actively volunteers helping students and Arabic speakers strengthen their abilities and overcome their challenges in school and their personal life. She takes pride in helping others take control of their future. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, practicing yoga and traveling.

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2019


  • California Western School of Law, San Diego, California
    – Juris Doctor
    – Awards: Academic Excellence Award in Advanced Negotiation and Skills Training for Ethical and Preventive Practice and Career Satisfaction, Distinguished Advocate Award, Legal Skills II Oral Argument Competition Finalist, National Order of Scribes, Public Service Honors Society Award, Student of Distinction, Law School Service Award for Promotion of Academic Achievement
    – Publication: California Western International Law Journal, Fall 2018, “The Good, the Bad, and the Evils of the #MeToo Movement’s Sexual Harassment Allegations in Today’s Society: A Cautionary Tale Regarding the Cost of These Claims to the Victims, the Accused, and Beyond”
  • University of San Diego, San Diego, California
    – Bachelor of Arts, 2014
    – Majors: International Relations and Political Science
    – Honors in the Arabic language

Languages :

–  English
–  Arabic