Natalia Matusik obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and Political Science from UCLA in 1999. In 2001, Ms. Matusik obtained her Master’s Degree in Policy Studies (MPP) from UCLA School of Public Policy, Social Research and Urban Planning (currently UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs). Her concentration and Master's thesis were in the areas of crime and drug policy.
Ms. Matusik obtained her law degree from University of San Diego in 2004.
Ms. Matusik spent nine years working as a Deputy District Attorney in Riverside prosecuting misdemeanor crimes, general felonies, domestic violence cases, child abuse cases, sex offenses and drug related crimes.
Subsequently, Ms. Matusik worked at the California Attorney General’s Office in the Licensing Section. As a Deputy Attorney General, Ms. Matusik represented state licensing agencies, both within and outside of the Department of Consumer Affairs, mainly in disciplinary actions filed against licensed professionals before the Office of Administrative Hearings. She handled all phases of complex administrative litigation, including appeals from denials of applications for licensure, prosecution of disciplinary actions against licensees, interim suspension and relief cases, including PC 23 hearings; license reinstatement cases, probation modification and termination cases, and injunctive proceedings against professional, vocational licensees and unlicensed individuals.
In her private practice, Ms. Matusik has handled both civil and criminal cases in the areas of family law, civil litigation, and criminal defense.
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