Ibiere N. Seck

Ibiere N. Seck

Ibiere N. Seck is a Partner and Trial Lawyer at The Cochran Firm - California with a focus on complex catastrophic injury, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, police misconduct and sexual assault of minors. She exclusively represents plaintiffs in civil litigation/trial and prides herself in being a zealous advocate on an endless pursuit for justice on behalf of people who have been wronged, harmed or injured. Since 2010, she has been recognized as a “Rising Star” by the Super Lawyers publication. She was the recipient of CAALA’s 2014 Rising Star Award, and the National Bar Association’s 2015 Nation’s Best Advocates 40 Under 40. In 2016, Ms. Seck was recognized in SuperLawyers Top 100 Up-and-Coming Attorneys in Southern California and SuperLawyers Top 50 Up-and-Coming Women Attorneys in Southern California. She was also the recipient of CAOC’s 2016 Street Fighter of the Year award. Ibiere is a board member of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyer’s Charities, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Consumer Attorneys of California and John M. Langston Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association Litigation Section Executive Committee and Westside Children’s Center. She is also a volunteer attorney with the Mesereau Free Legal Clinic in South Central Los Angeles where she advocates on behalf of low-income Californians and under-served communities of color. 

Articles written by this author:

Proving your premises case before trial

Evaluating the client and the case from intake through discovery

Ibiere N. Seck

2014 March

Going to trial

Rookie and veteran lawyers offer strategies and techniques on how to overcome challenges and maximize jury awards

Ibiere N. Seck

2016 January

Trial challenges

Some of California’s best trial lawyers lay out the preparation for and execution of your jury trial, whether it’s your first or your Fiftieth

Ibiere N. Seck

Collecting the pieces of the premises-liability puzzle

Initiate a powerful plan of attack for investigation and discovery from the get-go

Alexis Domb
Ibiere N. Seck

2017 November

Trial techniques

From voir dire to closing

Ibiere N. Seck

2018 January

“What do you want to be?”

Seeing a woman who looked like me, from my community and who was a lawyer, made my dream seem possible. If I could see it, I could be it

Ibiere N. Seck

2024 January

“Counsel, would you like to be heard?”

Thank you to each of the judges who took the time to pen an article for this issue

Ibiere N. Seck

2024 February

What makes you so special?

There was a time where I hid the tender, caring part of myself. Now, I embrace it

Ibiere N. Seck

2024 March

How did you learn the rules of evidence?

Where did I learn the rules of evidence? Not in law school

Ibiere N. Seck

2024 April

Why would anyone want to practice in federal court?

Because it’s where we fight for our clients’ civil rights

Ibiere N. Seck

2024 May