Claire Torchiana is an associate in Cohen Milstein's Consumer Protection practice. Ms. Torchiana’s practice focuses on litigating class actions on behalf of consumers who have been misled, deceived or harmed by large corporations.

Prior to joining Cohen Milstein, Ms. Torchiana was an attorney focused on student loan debt at the Student Borrower Protection Center and Housing and Economic Rights Advocates, two of the country's leading consumer protection advocacy organizations.   

Ms. Torchiana earned her B.A. with Distinction from Stanford University and her J.D., with High Pro Bono Distinction from Stanford Law School. While at law school, she was a senior and executive editor of the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.

During law school, Ms. Torchiana participated in several legal internships, including the San Francisco City Attorney's Office, the National Housing Law Project, and the California Department of Justice, Office of Attorney General.

Ms. Torchiana is fluent In French.

Ms. Torchiana is admitted only in California. She is currently working under the close supervision of partners of the firm who are admitted to practice in New York.