A litigation associate at the San Francisco office of Murphy Pearson, Ebony counsels clients in a variety of matters related to business law, professional liability, and all forms of civil litigation.
Before joining the firm, Ebony served as an advocate and case worker with the Coalition of Concerned Legal Professionals, where she would negotiate and advocate on behalf of clients with uninhabitable living conditions facing eviction. She would also assist, represent and prepare documents on a variety of matters. In addition, she previously worked as a legal coder for LawYaw, creating and streamlining digital legal documents.
During law school, Ebony was a Judicial Extern for the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California where she conducted legal research and drafted memoranda and a Legal Intern with the Alameda County Public Defender’s Office.
When she is not practicing law, Ms. Koger enjoys providing pro bono, low income legal services and connecting with the homeless community.
- State Bar of California
- UC Hastings 2019 Pro Bono Society
- “Eviction Moratorium Provides Relief to Landlords, Too;” The Daily Journal, May 13, 2021
- “Moratorium on Unlawful Detainer Actions; A Time Line;” The Daily Journal, December 23, 2020
- “State Bar Offers Ethical Guidance on Third-Party Litigation Funding,” co-author, The Daily Journal, October 9, 2020
- “Creativity Stolen,” University of San Francisco Bar Review, Volume 53, Issue 3, 2018
J.D., University of San Francisco School of Law
B.A., California State University, East Bay