Kendra Bray co-chaired the March 2011 Business Law Conference for the Business Law Society at California Western, and also served as Student Alumni Representative on the Alumni Board there as well. She is currently the Orange County representative for the California Western Alumni Association.

Kendra is also registered as an Associate with the Maritime Law Associate.  She authored a scholarly writing piece concerning Somali Pirates and the current business and international practices in dealing with them.

Kendra has volunteered for the Church Mouse Marlin Invitational on Catalina Island that donates to local children's charities since she was young and goes back to help every August that she is able to do so.

Born and raised on Catalina Island, off the coast of Southern California, Kendra is a 5th generation Islander.  Her Dad's side of the family has been there since the early stages of the town, including working with Mr. William Wrigley Jr. (the gum magnate) on constructing the Avalon Casino, starting the first newspaper on the island, and her great-grandfather also served as a judge. 

Appropriately, Kendra possesses a very deep connection to the island.  She grew up in and around the water (she is a certified scuba diver) and loves all aspects of it, spending most of her childhood summer in the harbor or on a boat with friends and family.

In her spare time, Kendra enjoys trying out new cupcake recipes, deep sea fishing, and exploring the local food scene.
Contact Information
T: 714.634.2522
F: 714.634.0686
University of California,
Santa Barbara, (B.A. 2009)

California Western School of Law
(J.D. 2012)
State Bar of California

San Diego County Bar Association

ABA Maritime Law Association
California (2012)
Areas of Practice
Asbestos Litigation