Adrienne Cohn applies her passion and integrity to every client and case. She represents clients throughout the Bay Area and is devoted to serving individuals and families and ensuring they receive superior representation. 100% of her practice is devoted to litigation. Ms. Cohn is dedicated to achieving exceptional results and is a passionate advocate for her clients. Ms. Cohn speaks fluent Spanish.

Adrienne Cohn attended Emory University and earned a BA in Spanish with a minor in Sociology. While at Emory, Ms. Cohn attended two study abroad programs in Argentina and Costa Rica. She studied at the University of Costa Rica, San Jose during the summer of 1995. In the fall of 1995, Ms. Cohn went to Cordoba Argentina and studied literature at the National University of Cordoba, and also history and literature at the University Blas Pascal, Cordoba. She graduated from Emory in three and one half years.

She later attended Santa Clara University School of Law where she earned her JD in 2002. She spent one summer working at the Law School¹s Community Law Center and represented a Somali at an asylum hearing that was granted in her favor. Ms. Cohn graduated in the top 10% of her class, Cum Laude, Order of the Coif. Ms. Cohn was admitted to the California Bar in 2002.

Before joining Ziff & Cohn, Ms. Cohn worked at two Bay Area defense law firms where she focused on all aspects of civil litigation. Her clients included private individuals, religious institutions, real estate companies and high schools involved in personal injury actions.

Adrienne Z. Cohn Represents Clients In The Following Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Criminal Defense

  • Drunk Driving/DMV Hearings
  • Juvenile Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • Theft
  • Drug Crimes


  • Santa Clara County Trial Lawyers Association
  • Santa Clara County Bar Association

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