To speak with Ms. Brewer today, call 310-670-5325 and schedule a complimentary appointment.

400 Corporate Pointe, Suite 800  Culver City, CA 90230




Marcia Brewer is a tenacious, creative and intuitive trial attorney with proven experience and the skill to help her clients achieve the most favorable results possible in their cases.

Marcia's clients have tended to be professional, executive and entrepreneurial individuals, and others who appreciate exceptional legal advice and representation from an attorney who goes the extra mile for them.  Her clients often have complex personal situations.  She provides them with uncommon personal support to help them navigate the maze of complexity with as much simplicity and empathy as possible.  

​Ms. Brewer is one of those renaissance women.  She is strong, intelligent , quick-witted and resourceful.  She draws on her compassion and experience in representing her clients in the areas of family law and criminal defense.  

As an undergraduate, Ms. Brewer studied psychology and went on to do graduate work in experimental psychology.  Later, when she decided to go to Law School, she chose one of the finest Los Angeles law schools and studied at Loyola University School of Law where she earned her J.D.  Marcia recently returned to college and earned a Master's degree in Spiritual Psychology.  She's now completing a post master's emphasis in Consciousness, Health and Healing, and uses what she learned to assist her clients in dealing with issues that arise throughout their legal matters.  She is a scholar of the law, people and issues, and understands the complex problems that arise in family situations.  She's an accomplished chef, wine connoisseur, world traveler and generous soul, volunteering regularly to help people in need.

consistent theme in Ms. Brewer's life has been working to help people resolve their problems.  She can assist you as well.  


California State University, Los Angeles, 1971, BA Psychology

California State University, Los Angeles, Graduate studies in                 Experimental Psychology

Loyola University School of Law, J.D., 1976

University of Santa Monica, 2011, MA Spiritual Psychology

Admitted to California Bar Association, 1977

Admitted to Practice United States District Court for the Central District of California

Admitted to Practice before the United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

Active membership Los Angeles County Bar Association

Women Lawyer's Association

Past Chair, Executive committee of the Small Solo/Small Firms Section of the State Bar Association

Active Member of Inns of Court, Family Law Section