Dallis Cavallaro is a zealous legal advocate that has defended hundreds of clients charged with criminal offenses in Southern California. She also provides victims rights representation services, helping those who have been the victim of crime navigate the criminal justice system.
A significant portion of Dallis’ practice focuses on helping military veterans and active-duty service members who find themselves involved in the criminal justice system. Dallis has helped numerous veterans through Veterans Treatment Court and military diversion programs, resulting in not only a dismissal of their criminal case, but also a brighter future for the veteran and their loved ones.
Dallis graduated top of her class from the Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University, where she was the Managing Editor of the Chapman Law Review. While in law school, Dallis was on the moot court team where she consistently ranked as one of the finest appellate advocates in her class. During that time, she was also honored to intern for a Federal Judge in the Central District of California. In addition, Dallis has volunteered as a Certified Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor for a non-profit in Orange County, California.
Dallis is an active member of the State Bar of California, the Orange County Bar Association, the North Orange County Bar Association, the California DUI Lawyers Association, and California Attorneys from Criminal Justice. Dallis also currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Newport Harbor Bar Association.
Dallis can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 656-2975.