Landlord-Tenant Law in the Age of COVID
Michelle V. Zyromski
Zyromski Konicek LLP
Ms. Zyromski practices civil litigation, including business litigation, real estate litigation, employment litigation, and landlord-tenant litigation. She advises clients throughout Northern California on best practices in landlord-tenant law and assists them in complying with the myriad recent changes at the federal, state, and local levels. Ms. Zyromski graduated from the University of San Diego and then obtained her law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law, where she held the position of editor for the Oregon Law Review. Ms. Zyromski is a member of the State Bar of California, the Sonoma County Bar Association and its Civil Bench Bar Section, and Sonoma County Women in Law, and is Immediate Past President of the Sonoma County Bar Association.
Gloria C. Chong
Legal Aid of Sonoma County
Ms. Chong is a Housing attorney with Legal Aid of Sonoma County. Currently, her practice focuses on defending indigent tenants in Sonoma County through unlawful detainer litigation. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic she has assisted tenants facing eviction by advocating for their rights under new federal, state and local eviction moratoria. Previously, Ms. Chong practiced immigration defense and employment law in the non-profit setting. Her immigration practice focused on providing legal support to undocumented students and family members in the University of California through family-based immigration petitions, adjustment of status, naturalization, DACA, U-Visa, SIJS, and other forms of relief. Ms. Chong Graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a B.A. in Psychology (2015) and from UC Davis School of Law, J.D. (2019), where she was Editor-In-Chief of the Immigration and Nationality Law Review. Ms. Chong is a member of the Latina Lawyers Bar Association of California and the California Young Lawyers Association.