As a Senior Attorney, Antionette focuses on public benefits and other economic disparity issues. She litigates, provides technical support to legal services attorneys, and works on policy and legislation. She also facilitates state-wide discussions to ensure clients receive a fair opportunity to self-sufficiency. She has been co-counsel in class actions involving the right to mental health services and impact cases regarding General Assistance programs. Previously, she was a clerk for the United States Court of Appeals and an Associate at Jones Day after graduating from UCLA School of Law.