Diem Ha graduated from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine and Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. Prior to law school, Ms. Ha worked for the federal government in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives. During law school, Ms. Ha served as the Managing Notes and Comments Editor for the Tulane Environmental Law Journal, where her work has been published. While in law school, Ms. Ha externed for Catholic Charities and the Southern Poverty Law Center. In addition, she was an Executive Legal Intern for the California Department of Justice in Los Angeles.
Ms. Ha began working with Mr. DeSimone, of-counsel to the Bohm Law Group, when she served as a law clerk for the Bohm Law Group. After law school, Ms. Ha continued her employment with the Bohm Law Group working alongside Mr. DeSimone. Ms. Ha’s commitment to justice and policy changes promoting civil rights and employment protections is an essential asset to the mission of V. James DeSimone Law. Ms. Ha has been instrumental in achieving success in many cases including the false arrest civil rights case of Digiandomenico v. Los Angeles Police Department which DeSimone Law prevailed against the City of Los Angeles in a trial in Los Angeles Superior Court.