Cera (CJ) Armstrong focuses their practice on complex commercial litigation matters, as well as antitrust litigation and securities-related investigations. They represent a wide range of clients, with a focus on financial institutions and technology. During law school, they served as an extern for the California Chief Justice Tani-Cantil Sakauye.
While in law school, CJ served as comments editor on the University of San Francisco (USF) Law Review and technical editor for the USF Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal. They researched for multiple faculty and contributed to a comment published in the Harvard Law Review discussing Carpenter v. United States and the 4th Amendment. CJ won Honorable Mention for Exemplary Performance in the 2018 USF Intensive Advocacy Program, where they developed trial skills while performing a mock bench trial and mock jury trial. CJ served as president of the Women's Law Association and was a board member of Pride Law. They graduated magna cum laude and was awarded the USF Academic Excellence Award of their 2020 graduating class for their contributions to the intellectual life of the law school.
University of San Francisco School of Law, 2020, J.D., magna cum laude