Cherise Warren joined the Law Offices of Lerner & Rowe, P.C. in October, 2008. Ms. Warren has worked with Lerner & Rowe in several capacities since 2008, including negotiator in the accounting and reductions department, litigation assistant, and associate attorney. Ms. Warren prides herself on exceptional client service and believes everyone deserves an advocate, especially when in unfamiliar territory. Her dedication to client’s speaks for itself from the numerous five star reviews she’s received from previous client and earning AVVO’s prestigious Client Choice Award.
Ms. Warren was born and raised in Northern California. Choosing to expand her horizons by heading to the East Coast for her undergraduate education, she attended St. Mary’s College, a small honors college in Maryland. Determined to see it all, Ms. Warren also lived in Italy during her undergraduate studies, embracing new and different cultural experiences. After completing her undergraduate education, Ms. Warren relocated to Phoenix, Arizona. She received her Juris Doctorate from Phoenix School of Law, and has been admitted to the State Bar of Arizona since 2011.
Ms. Warren and her husband support the United States Marine Corps and also its veterans. In her free time, she enjoys watching hockey, football, specifically Peyton Manning, and the UFC. Ms. Warren is actively involved in animal rescue organizations throughout the valley, encouraging spay and also neuter of household pets as there is an extraordinarily high number of stray animals being euthanized every day.
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