Ibiere is the founder and principal trial attorney at, Seck Law P.C. where her practice focuses primarily on complex catastrophic injury, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury and sexual assault cases. Ibiere is the Secretary of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, the largest plaintiff trial lawyers association in the nation, and will lead the association as its President in 2024. She is also the Past President of The National Black Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40.
Ibiere received her Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. While in law school, she earned several distinctions, including being selected as a member of the nationally recognized Byrne Trial Advocacy Team and worked as a prosecutorial extern with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and as a civil rights intern with Inner City Law Center where she advocated for the homeless and working poor. Ibiere received her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Journalism Magna Cum Laude from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
Brain injury, civil rights and sexual assault of minors. Ibiere exclusively represents plaintiffs in civil litigation/trial and prides herself in being a zealous advocate on an endless pursuit for justice on behalf of people who have been wronged, harmed or injured.
Prior to starting her firm, Ibiere was a partner and trial lawyer at the firm founded by the late civil rights attorney, Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr.
Ibiere has been recognized by her peers as a zealous advocate for her clients. She has been selected Southern California Super Lawyers list, an honor reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. Only 5% of attorneys in Southern California receive this distinction and was voted National Bar Association’s “Nation’s Best Advocates 40 Under 40” in 2015. A year later, she was the recipient of Consumer Attorneys Association of California’s Street Fighter of the Year award for her work on behalf of survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Ibiere is a member of the California State Bar and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court, Central District of California as well as state courts; She is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association where she serves on the litigation section executive committee; Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, National Trial Lawyers, American Association for Justice; John M. Langston Bar Association, Consumer Attorneys of California, Beverly Hills Bar Association.
With a passion for service, Ibiere has long committed herself to causes. Her community service work proudly includes Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities (a non-profit organization founded by plaintiff trial lawyer with the purpose of making a positive difference in the quality of life for people within the greater Los Angeles area, focusing on issues related to education, children, survivors of abuse, persons with disabilities, and homelessness, by providing financial assistance to needy persons and groups in the greater Los Angeles area) and Allies for Every Child (an organization dedicated to bringing together and strengthening families in historically underserved communities in Los Angeles with the purpose of cultivating conditions for children to succeed in life).
When not advocating for her clients Ibiere enjoys traveling, volunteering and spending time with her family. She serves on the board of Los Angeles Trial Lawyer’s Charities, Allies for Every Child. She is also a supporter of the Western Center on Law & Poverty and the Mesereau Free Legal Clinic in south Los Angeles, both of which she served as an advisory board member.