Adrienne Dell’s career as an attorney began in Los Angeles, where she did her undergraduate work at UCLA and subsequently received her law degree from Loyola Law School. After working as a Superior Court Clerk as well as a Law Clerk for the firms of Weitzman & Re and Brodey & Price PC, Adrienne Dell started practicing as an attorney with Brodey & Price. Adrienne Dell next moved on to the Los Angeles Office of the Public Defender, where she took on her own caseload, managing client interviews, arraignments, pre-trial motions, the trials themselves, and all post-trial proceedings.
Wanting to give her clients more individual attention, Adrienne Dell started her own private practice in Los Angeles, later re-locating the practice to San Jose, where she currently lives and works. A member of the Santa Clara County Bar Association, she works exclusively in criminal defense, and her law offices are prepared to handle pre-arrest consultations, settlement strategies, jury trials, sentencing, and appeals.
A tireless advocate for people who have been criminally accused, Adrienne Dell has membership in such organizations as California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, California Public Defenders Association, Death Penalty Focus, and National Legal Aid & Defender Association. Her charity affiliations include Susan G. Komen for the Cure, The American National Red Cross, and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
From 1991 to 1992, Adrienne Dell brought her legal knowledge to Hollywood, working as a technical advisor for the CBS series The Trials of Rosie O’Neill. When she is not handling legal matters, she likes to go hiking and bird watching. She also enjoys helping her community by volunteering with the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation and serving as a soccer coach.