Dorys Duran-Hobday is an experienced civil litigation paralegal with 8 years of practice in the field. She joined Julander, Brown & Bollard in January 2009 as a paralegal for Dirk O. Julander. She has worked in the legal field since 2005 and has experience in both state and federal courts.

Ms. Duran-Hobday’s practice experience is focused in business litigation and includes extensive experience drafting and preparing legal documents, discovery, and trial preparation in the areas of complex commercial litigation, business fraud and embezzlement litigation, trade secret misappropriation litigation, corporate and partnership dissolution litigation, real estate litigation, and appeals.

Ms. Duran-Hobday received her Associates of Arts Degree in Paralegal Studies (ABA approved) with Honors in December 2005 from Cerritos College in Cerritos, California. She went on to obtain her Bachelor of Arts Degree cum laude in Legal Studies in May 2008 from Chapman University in Orange, California. Her educational achievements include: Dean’s List and President’s List, Spring 2005, Chancellor’s List, Fall 2007 and Spring 2008, Member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society and Gray Key Recipient.

Prior to working for Julander, Brown & Bollard, Ms. Duran-Hobday worked as a paralegal for The Law Offices of Ronald K. Granit in Long Beach, California from 2005 to 2008.

Orange County Paralegal Association