Luna Veronese Bodiya, Esq.

Luna Veronese Bodiya, Esq.



An accomplished and passionate international attorney since 2009, Luna Veronese Bodiya has practiced law on three different continents at prominent firms in Brazil, Italy, and the United States where she successfully represented individuals, financial institutions, telecommunications companies, trade unions, and non-profits in international commercial, criminal, employment, and human rights matters. As an immigrant herself, Ms. Veronese Bodiya personally relates to and understands the challenges faced by immigrants wishing to live and work in a new country. And as a lifelong advocate for human and social rights, Ms. Veronese Bodiya is a tireless defender of equal rights and fair representation.

Ms. Veronese Bodiya earned her Law Degree from the Central University of Brasilia and her Master’s degree in European Tax Law from the University of Bologna in Italy after receiving a full scholarship from the Italian Minister of International Affairs. Following her Master’s degree, she joined a top law firm in Central Italy as a Senior Attorney in their international transaction group where she represented clients throughout Europe, India, Japan, South America, and the United States.

Outside the courtroom, Ms. Veronese Bodiya was the Co-Founder of Change Generation, one of the fastest-growing non-profit organizations in Brasilia, whose mission is to provide food, healthcare, shelter, education, and professional services to families, children, teenagers, and the elderly in some of Brasilia's most impoverished communities. Although she is no longer in Brazil to participate directly in community outreach actions, Ms. Veronese Bodiya remains involved as a Board Member and Legal Advisor.

Since moving to California, Ms. Veronese Bodiya has specialized in immigration, business, entertainment, and employment law matters, with an emphasis on helping foreigners protect their rights and pursue their aspirations.

Ms. Veronese Bodiya is also a Board Member of the Italian American Lawyers Association and provides pro bono legal work for Women's March, Wage Justice Center, and the National Council of Jewish Women. She is an active member of the California State Bar and the Attorney’s Order of Brazil.

Bar Admissions:
California and Brazil


J.D. Central University of Brasilia (Brazil)
Masters of European Tax Law, University of Bologna (Italy)