Langley Kreuze has strong roots in the Central Valley. She is from Lodi, California, but also grew up in Asia and the Middle East. She is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, where she double majored in psychology and Southeast Asian studies. She worked briefly at a psychiatric facility in Stockton, California which affirmed her passion for helping individuals with disabilities. She attended Boston University Law School, taking a semester’s leave of absence to intern at the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office. She graduated law school with a concentration in Litigation and Dispute Resolution.
Langley Kreuze was on the Human Rights Committee of the Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center in Boston. She spent a summer working for the Disability Law Center in Massachusetts, the state’s Protection and Advocacy Agency. Ms. Kreuze has also spent periodic summers interning at this office since she was an undergraduate at U.C. Berkeley. She is an active member of the San Joaquin County Bar Association, sitting on two executive committees.
Langley Kreuze is a member of the Sacramento County Bar Association, on the Social Security panel of the Lawyer Referral and Information Service. She is also a member of the Administrative Law section of the Sacramento bar, and a member of the Sacramento St. Thomas More Society. She is an active member of the San Joaquin County Bar Association, on the Social Security Law Lawyer Referral Services panel, sitting on the Lawyer Referral Services Executive Committee, and on the committee working to establish a Modest/Moderate Means panel under LRS. She is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives. Langley Kreuze is a legacy member of the National Society of Colonial Dames in California. She has been a partner in Cerney Kreuze & Lott, LLP since 2009. She is admitted to practice law in California, in the United States District Court of Appeals, Eastern District, and in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.