Delaney Brooks represents plaintiffs in class action lawsuits, primarily in cases alleging hidden fees and product defects.
Delaney graduated from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law in 2022. While there, Delaney was a member of Berkeley Law’s Moot Court team, where she and her teammates were regional champions at the 2021 National Appellate Advocacy Competition. As a teaching assistant to Professor Patricia Hurley, Delaney helped first-year law students hone their legal writing and advocacy skills. Delaney pursued pro bono work throughout law school, assisting juvenile boys incarcerated in Contra Costa County through the Youth Advocacy Project, and later by researching litigation strategies to curb gun violence with the Gun Violence Prevention Project. Delaney earned awards for receiving the highest grade in Appellate Advocacy, Consumer Protection Law, and a Consumer Litigation seminar. Delaney also served on the board of Berkeley Law’s Consumer Advocacy and Protection Society and worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable William H. Alsup, Northern District of California.
Delaney received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University in 2016, with a major in Psychology and a minor in Legal Studies. Prior to law school, Delaney worked in marketing at a major financial services company, giving her insider knowledge of the challenges consumers face in accessing credit.