Kaitlin Hall earned her Juris Doctor from the University of California, Irvine School of Law. Kaitlin has experience working on both sides of employment litigation, interning in both plaintiffs’ and defendants’ employment law firms. Prior to law school, Kaitlin worked extensively in the restaurant industry, which provides her with a unique insight into the service industry and its corresponding employment-related matters.
During law school, Kaitlin was involved in the Community and Economic Development Clinic, where she helped small local businesses establish company policies and procedures that were compliant with California law. Kaitlin also served on the UC Irvine Law Review as an associate editor and worked as a research assistant to establish the Pay Equity Project at UC Irvine Law.
Kaitlin is committed to defending employers and businesses against wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, and wage and hour claims, and is passionate about obtaining favorable resolutions for clients.
In her free time, Kaitlin loves cooking and baking for her family and friends and trying new restaurants. She also enjoys reading novels, spending time outdoors, and playing with her two kittens, Alfie and Ada.
University of California, Irvine School of Law
- Doctor of Law – JD, Law
Colorado State University
- Bachelor of Arts – BA, Economics
United States Air Force Academy
- Legal Studies, General
- Activities & Societies – Women’s Swimming & Diving Athlete
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