Kari Probst, Partner

Email: Kprobst@rlattorneys.com
Phone: (909) 354-5344

Kari Probst is a Partner and team member of Resnick & louis Ontario office. She has over 25 years of experience as a civil litigator and has successfully litigated a wide variety of matters from pre-litigation through trial, including complex cases and multi-party, non-class action cases involving over 150 plaintiffs. Her experience includes premises liability, construction, landlord tenant, auto liability, catastrophic injury, wrongful death, subrogation fire and water loss, discrimination in employment and housing, public entity defense, nuisance, dangerous condition, constitutional law including inverse condemnation, false arrest, unlawful detention and imprisonment, and other matters. Ms. Probst began working in law offices as a teen and gathered 10 years of experience before being sworn in as an attorney. Ms. Probst is admitted to practice in California’s State and Federal Courts, including the Ninth Circuit and United States District Courts, Central, Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts. Ms. Probst enjoys the law and representing her clients professionally, efficiently, and economically. She offers a breadth of experience and understanding of claims, defenses, alternative dispute resolution, and trial. In her time away from her desk, she enjoys time with her family, good food, exercise, and athletics.

Ms. Probst received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from University of California Irvine, School of Social Ecology, in Pre-law—Criminology, Law, and Society. She completed her law degree in less than two years at Southwestern University School of Law in downtown Los Angeles, the SCALE Program –Southwestern’s Conceptual Approach to Legal Education. Ms. Probst was a Who’s Who in American Law Students during her two years and an Intramural Moot Court Brief Writer Finalist. Ms. Probst had the good fortune of being in law school during the O.J. Simpson Trial. The trial was actively used as an educational tool, including simulations and brief writing, and classes were taught by attorneys involved in the case. It was an invaluable experience in the nuances of law and procedure, lawyers, and media, in real time, through verdict. Throughout her later years of high school and college, Ms. Probst worked as a secretary and law clerk in law offices, including a clerkship in the Orange County County Counsel’s Office, Probate and Mental Health Conservatorship Departments.

  • Juris Doctor, Southwestern University School
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree, Pre-law—Criminology, Law, and Society, University of California Irvine

Licenses & Admissions:
  • California State Bar
  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal
  • California’s United States District Courts, Central, Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts

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