Ambria concentrates her practice in liability litigation, handling matters at every phase from pretrial counsel to preparation for appeals. She works across a range of industries, including pharmaceuticals and medical devices, food and beverage, automotive and insurance.

She has handled a wide range of matters and issues, including:

  • Daubert motions;
  • Consumer class actions;
  • Public utility liability;
  • Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act (California Lemon Law);
  • Proposition 65;
  • Toxic tort and exposure;
  • Breach of contract;
  • Trade secrets;
  • Arbitration and mediation;
  • Peremptory challenges; and
  • Protective orders.

Ambria received her J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she was a member of the University of San Francisco Law Review. During law school, she completed internships and externships for the Equal Justice Society in Oakland, California, Pacific Gas and Electric, and for Cook County (Ill.) Commissioner Richard R. Boykin. In that work, she handled and researched matters involving school district policies, utility commission hearings, sales taxes and municipal citations. 


You Rolled Your Eyes At Me: The Effects of Stereotypes and Implicit Bias on Black Girls and Discipline in the Classroom, Southern University Law Center’s Journal of Race, Gender and Poverty, Vol. 10, 2018-2019.