Kendra Chapman focuses her practice on labor and employment law. Ms. Chapman has experience litigating and counseling clients on employment issues such as wage and hour compliance, employee classifications, and the California Labor Code. Ms. Chapman also regularly advises clients on employment policies and employment handbooks.
Ms. Chapman has experience representing employers in wage and hour class actions, managing electronic document review, researching legal issues, drafting motions, briefs and memorandums, and in preparing for trial.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Chapman worked as a contract attorney for a personal injury law firm in San Francisco, California where she served as second chair at trial for a catastrophic personal injury and government malfeasance case against the State of California and City of Sebastopol.
While attending law school, Ms. Chapman was research assistant to Professor Chimène Keitner and research and teaching assistant in the Moot Court Department. She earned the National Champion and Best Brief Awards in the Evan A. Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition in 2012, the National Champion Award in the Tulane University Law School Sports Law Invitational Moot Court Competition in 2013, and was a Quarter-Finalist in the Robert F. Wagner National Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Competition in 2013. Ms. Chapman also studied abroad at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., Concentration in International Law (2013) CALI Award
University of Colorado at Boulder, B.A., Psychology and Philosophy (2009) Dean's List
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