Darcy Luna received her law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1984. She graduated from Santa Clara University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science in 1981. As an undergraduate, Ms. Luna worked as a clerk for a number of firms in the Gilroy area, handling civil litigation and family law.
Education & Expertise
Monterey County Superior Court Judge Pro Tempore 2010-present
Frequent Speaker at Various Seminars/Conventions Regarding Various Workers’ Compensation Issues
Judge Pro Tempore – Salinas WCAB
Chairperson of the Monterey County Workers’ Compensation Attorney’s Association – present
Workers’ Compensation Specialist: January 1995; 20 year pin
Admitted to the Bar: December 1984
Santa Clara University School of Law 1981-1984 (Dean’s List; Merit Scholarship Recipient)
Santa Clara University 1977-1981; Bachelor of Science Degree/Political Science (Magna cum laude, Dean’s List)
Notre Dame/Salinas 1973-1977 (California Scholarship Bearer; National Honor Society Life Member; Scholarship Recipient; Proficiency Awards in English and Spanish)
More About Darcy
Ms. Luna has been working in the area of workers’ compensation defense and subrogation since 1988. She became a workers’ compensation specialist in January 1995. Currently, Ms. Luna is a managing partner in the firm of Luna, Levering & Holmes specializing in representing large employers and municipalities. Ms. Luna is familiar with Workers’ Compensation Appeals Boards throughout California.
Current clients include: Dignity Health (formerly Catholic Healthcare West), Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, United Parcel Service, and State Farm.
Darcy and her husband, Armando, have three four-legged children, Max, Teddy, and Lola Fanta. Darcy is a loyal fan of the Oakland Athletics, San Francisco 49ers, Golden State Warriors, and the San Jose Sharks. She enjoys traveling, watching every kind of sports on TV, and watching scary movies. Darcy spends her spare time practicing her singing, crumping, and beat boxing.