Brieanna M. Dolmage



Ms. Dolmage brings an organized, thorough approach to every aspect of her legal advocacy. As a self-proclaimed scientist at heart, Ms. Dolmage comprehensively investigates the intricate angles of each case she handles, both to prove her client’s position and to anticipate the opposition’s arguments before entering the courtroom. Like any good scientist, Ms. Dolmage uses keen observation and meticulous analysis coupled with an ability to think outside the box. With this focused approach, she discovers key facts, develops fresh solutions and builds well developed strategies that support her client’s rights.

Equally Comfortable negotiating settlements or litigating in court, Ms. Dolmage manages each case, from inception through final settlement, according to her client’s best interests. As a former high school teacher in the physical sciences, Ms. Dolmage knows the importance of education and honest communication. Through every step legal proceedings, she ensures that her clients are kept informed too all their options so that they are prepared to make well-informed decisions.

Ms. Dolmage earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from the University of California Irvine, in Irvine, California. While there, she researched, wrote and presented to professors and other notable professionals in the field a thesis combining her enduring love of science with her growing passion for law: The Effect of Patent Law in the Fiber Optic Industry. In her characteristic style of being actively involved, Ms. Dolmage served as Vice President of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, and Programmer of the Physics Society where she organized weekly speaking events featuring prominent physicists and engineers.

Ms. Dolmage earned her Juris Doctor and graduated Cum Laude from Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, California.  While in law school, Ms. Dolmage was awarded the Dean’s Merit Scholarship, maintained standing on the Dean’s List, the Honor Roll, and earned her Intellectual Property Certificate and the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in contracts and law review. She also worked as a law clerk, served as an active member of Law Review and tutored students in contracts and criminal procedure courses, and found time to research and write the comment: The Evolution of Patentable Matter in the United States (2006) 27 Whittier L.R. 1023.


  • Whittier Law School, Costa Mesa, CA (Juris Doctor – 2007)
  • University of California, Irvine, CA (Bachelor of Science – 2003)

Bar Admissions:

  • State Bar of California
  • United States District Court for the Central District of California

Professional Memberships:

  • Orange County Bar Association