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Genevieve R. Walser-Jolly

Genevieve Walser-Jolly banking and financial litigation

Genevieve Walser-Jolly represents financial institutions. She has a niche practice involving reverse mortgage loans and class action defense.

Before attending Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Ms. Walser-Jolly had the opportunity to work in mortgage loan origination. She worked as a loan officer and loan processor originating, retail, wholesale, forward, and reverse loans. She has been involved in the mortgage industry for over twelve years. Combining her legal and business experience, Ms. Walser-Jolly approaches the practice of law in a pragmatic manner, with an emphasis on efficiency and client service. No two cases are the same. Understanding her client’s individual needs and goals is key to effectively litigating on their behalf. Ms. Walser-Jolly’s practice also includes complex litigation in representing auto finance companies victimized by sophisticated fraud rings and defending consumer cases under the TCPA, FDCPA, and FCRA.

Ms. Walser-Jolly’s background includes growing up in Pacific Northwest. She graduated from Northwest Christian College in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. She graduated cum laude.  While in college, she spent three years volunteering at the Veteran’s Administration where she facilitated substance group therapies.

Ms. Walser-Jolly eventually made her way south to California where she completed a Master of Arts in Psychology at Pepperdine University in 2001. At Pepperdine, she made the National Dean’s List and graduated magna cum laude. Ms. Walser-Jolly went on to work in mental health for several years. She volunteered at the Veteran’s Administration and designed behavioral programs for group homes.

During her time at Loyola, Ms. Walser-Jolly was a Public Interest Scholar and focused her education on secured lending and transactions. After graduating in 2007, she entered private practice and has since focused her practice on financial services litigation.

Ms. Walser-Jolly is a member of the Orange County Bar Association and the Consumer Financial Services Committee with the American Bar Association. Ms. Walser-Jolly is also a member of The National Association of Reverse Mortgage Lenders where she sits on the loan servicing committee and is a graduate of the Future Leaders program with the California Mortgage Bankers Association. Ms. Walser-Jolly works with Girls, Inc. to provide internship opportunities to high school students interested in the practice of law. She volunteers as a moot court judge for the Western Regional Undergraduate Moot Court Tournament at CSULB since 2010. She also sat on the Young Professionals Board at the Disability Rights Legal Center from 2006-2013.

Education

  • Loyola Law School, J.D., 2007
  • Pepperdine University, M.A., 2001
  • Northwest Christian College, B.A.,cum laude,1999

Admissions

  • California