Molly Munson Cherala is a passionate civil litigator dedicated to bringing justice and the best results possible for her clients. At CVN, Molly dedicates herself to plaintiffs’ side employment and cyber-security law. Prior to CVN, Molly was a successful civil litigation defense attorney focusing on public entity, civil rights, premises liability, personal injury and business litigation. Molly is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law and recipient of the Dean and Virginia Rusk Scholarship and Georgia Civil Justice Trial Advocacy Scholarship. While in law school, Molly was recognized for her legal acumen and served as a member of the Orr Inn of Court, W. Homer Drake Jr. Bankruptcy Inn of Court and the Moot Court Team. Molly utilized her legal skills to serve the local community as an intern with East Bay Community Law Center in Berkeley, California and the Department of Justice’s United States Trustee Program in Atlanta, Georgia.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Molly worked in the local technology field for Oracle, focusing on database technology. She also participated in Bay Area Technology conferences and competitions, including the Palo Alto Apps Challenge, where she was a Top Ten Finalist for her application to prevent bicycle theft. She also served as an intern for the digital forensics firm, Stroz Friedberg. Molly continues to use her technology background to support CVN’s vast data breach litigation practice.
Credentials: Admitted California State Bar, June 2019; University of Georgia Law J.D., 2018; University of Chicago; B.A International Studies, 2013; Graduated with Honors, Dean’s List, Delta Gamma Lamp of Knowledge, Admitted, United States District Court (Northern District) 2019, California Lawyers Association, Member 2019-Present, American Legion Auxiliary, Member 2012-Present.