Anthony Willoughby is the lead trial attorney and senior partner at the law firm of Willoughby & Associates. He brings over two decades of in-depth expertise to each case, providing a mix of legal acumen and client service that is unmatched in the field.
In addition to his client-focused legal practice, Mr. Willoughby also has been honored with several political and government appointments throughout his career. In 2003 Mr. Willoughby was appointed to the Water Appeals Board in Los Angeles, in 2001 he was appointed to the Los Angeles County District Attorney Crime Prevention Board, and in 2000 he was appointed to the Los Angeles County Water Appeals Board and the South Los Angeles Planning Commission. From 2001 to Present he has served on the Los Angeles County Tax Assessment Appeals Board.
In 1998 Mr. Willoughby was appointed Chair of the Public Policy Committee of the New Leaders and elected President of the New Leaders. From 1998 to Present he has served as the President of the Ladera Crest Homeowners Association. In 1993 the NAACP Legal Defense Fund honored him as Civil Rights Advocate of the Year, and in 1992 he served on the Finance Committee to elect President Bill Clinton.
Mr. Willoughby received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Economics from the University of Southern California, and received a Juris Doctorate degree from Hastings Law School, where he was published for his research on Corporate Law. In 2004 he was honored as the University of Southern California’s Alumni of the Year.