Liku T. Madoshi
Ms. Madoshi earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Communication Studies with a minor in Philosophy from California State University, Sacramento in 2013. She went on to attend Thomas Jefferson School of Law and graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2017.
During law school, Ms. Madoshi was the first African American Editor-in-Chief of the Thomas Jefferson Law Review. Her research article, “Policing the Police: Racial Implicit Bias & the Necessity of Limiting Police Discretion to Use Militarized Gear Against Protestors,” was published as a comment in volume 44.1 of the Southern University Law Review. Ms. Madoshi was also a coach and competitor of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society and served on the academic committee of the Black Law Students Association. Ms. Madoshi’s internship experience includes the Attorney General’s Office, the San Diego Public Defender’s Office, and the Trademark Clinic of TJSL’s Small Business Law Center. Ms. Madoshi served as a post bar law clerk with the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office.
Ms. Madoshi is a member of the Black Women Lawyers of Northern California and the Charles Houston Bar Association. She is also a member of the Tanzanian Community Organization.
Ms. Madoshi joined the Bledsoe Law Firm in June 2018 and has been a member of the State Bar of California since May 2018.
- J.D., Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Magna Cum Laude
- B.A., California State University, Sacramento
Memberships & Associations
- Black Women Lawyers of Northern California
- Charles Houston Bar Association
- Tanzanian Community Organization