Sean Lowe, Esq. Direct Line: 213-269-5261 Fax Line: 949-260-0613
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Sean is an associate in Blakeley LLP’s Los Angeles office.  He has counseled individual and institutional clients in a broad range of complex commercial matters in State and Federal courts in and outside of California, including business disputes involving contractual breaches, bankruptcies, business torts, employment matters, financial services litigation, insurance coverage and bad faith disputes, as well as general liability matters and defamation actions.  He has also successfully appeared in various appellate proceedings, including writ proceedings before the Court of Appeal and California Supreme Court, which resulted in reversals and affirmances of lower courts.  His effective advocacy has been featured on the front page of the Daily Journal and in other media outlets.

Sean received his law degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law in 2012, and his undergraduate degree in Business/Economics from Wheaton College in 2009.  While a student, he held positions as Vice President of External (Judicial) Affairs, 2011-12 UCLA Moot Court Executive Board; Chief Comments Editor, UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, Volume 30; and Associate Editor, 2011-12, The International Criminal Court Forum.  He also served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Dean D. Pregerson, United States District Court, Central District of California, and as a student clerk at the United States Attorney’s Office in Seattle, Washington.  Following law school and passage of the California bar exam in July 2012, Sean served as a law clerk to the Honorable John A. Manglona, Supreme Court of the Northern Mariana Islands.

He has published A Way Through the Impasse in U.S. Climate Change Legislation: A GHG Tax that Possesses Political and Administrative Feasibility and Conforms to International Law, 29 UCLA J. Envt’l. L. & Pol’y 435 (2011), and Their Legality and Immorality: Pro Se, Strategic Foreclosure Defense Lawsuits, 41 Real Est. L. J. 172 (2012).

Sean is admitted to the bar in the State of California, and various federal courts.

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