Lauren Cox was born and raised in Colorado where she earned her B.S. from the University of Colorado in 2005 in International Affairs with a focus on political science. As a young professional, Lauren served in the Colorado Governor’s Office of Information Technology for six years where she gained extensive experience in business process management and strategy development, and managed multiple initiatives focused on organizational transformation and the implementation of innovative technology solutions for the state until she left her position as the Director of Business Architecture to attend law school in California.
In just two and one half years, Lauren graduated from Southwestern Law School in the top third of her class. During law school, Lauren became a Dispute Resolution Program Act (DRPA) certified mediator and clerked for the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office and the Los Angeles Children’s Court, where she gained experience making court appearances and performing client advocacy and case management. Upon graduation, Lauren received distinguished recognition for her service and dedication to providing pro bono public legal services while in law school. At the Green Law Group, Lauren’s primary area of practice is in construction law, where she represents clients in business contexts including breach of contract litigation, regulatory compliance and licensing for contractors, as well as disputes stemming from construction defect claims or the enforcement of mechanics liens and stop payment notices. Lauren is admitted to practice in all California State courts and in the federal Central District of California.
Lauren resides in Simi Valley with her husband and three children. Outside the practice of law, Lauren enjoys watching her son’s soccer games, daughter’s gymnastics, and getting outdoors with her family. Previously, Lauren was a certified foster parent, and now serves as a volunteer for a non-profit that provides mentoring to teenage youth in the San Fernando Valley who are transitioning from foster care to independent living.