Cathy Mosbrucker graduated from U.C. Hastings College of the Law in 1984. During law school, she began volunteering at the Tenderloin Housing Clinic beginning her specialization in landlord-tenant law. After law school Cathy did litigation in the area of employment discrimination and wrongful termination before returning to the Tenderloin Housing Clinic. She has been in a private practice specializing in tenant’s rights since 1996.
Cathy conducts trainings for other attorneys and provides expert advice for the Homeless Advocacy Project, the Volunteer Legal Services Program of the San Francisco Bar Association and the Aids Legal Referral Panel. She has written training manuals for a number of nonprofit groups on the area of landlord-tenant law. Cathy serves as a Judge Pro Tem for the San Francisco Superior Court and as a Homeless Shelter Arbitrator for the San Francisco Department of Human Services. She was appointed as a San Francisco Residential Rent Board Commissioner in 2003. She has been a member of the Board of Directors of the General Assistance Advocacy Project since 1985.