Aliyah Yates

Marketing Specialist

Aliyah Yates started at Brotman Law as a Marketing Intern, and within 2 months secured a full time position here as a Marketing Assistant. She has a “get things done” attitude and is exploring all that the corporate world has to offer. 

Graduating from San Diego State University with her Bachelors in Management in May of 2022, Aliyah stepped out into the world looking for an opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge she learned in the past 4 years. She came to Brotman Law eager to learn and to become an asset to the team. 

Since then she has merged with our Intake Team, helping clients understand the great services Brotman Law has to offer and assuring them our product works. 

Before Brotman Law, Aliyah worked for several sports teams, focusing on developing her customer service skills. She worked for the San Jose Earthquakes and the SDSU Athletic Department. While working these jobs, Aliyah was placed in a multitude of scenarios that tested her ability to manage large crowds and socializing with a variety of people. These skills have transferred over to her ability to connect with clients and empathize with them about their situation. She is able to create genuine connections with our clients, and assure them they are in good hands. 

Aliyah had no intention of working in Law when she got her degree from SDSU, but she believes everything happens for a reason. Now working at Brotman Law, she realized, “We help people here. We help them get out of the situation they’re in, and help them see there is light at the end of the tunnel. Our work is purposeful, and I can go home at the end of the day and be proud of the work I’ve done.” 

Aliyah cares about making a difference in this world, and helping those who need it. Here at Brotman Law, Aliyah hopes to continue making a difference while developing her career. 




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