Jasjit Mundh is a member of Nichols Kaster’s Civil Rights and Impact Litigation team, where she fights discrimination and advocates for employees and other individuals in complex class and collective actions.
Prior to joining the firm, Jasjit clerked for the Honorable Susan Hoffman at the Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Law Judges in San Francisco, California. In law school, she externed with the Honorable Beth L. Freeman in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. She also worked at the California Attorney General’s Office, Bryan Schwartz Law, and Feinberg Jackson Worthman and Wasow. Jasjit was an executive editor on California Law Review, where she published two blog posts. She directed the Workers’ Rights Clinic and was on the board of the Womxn of Color Collective and Coalition for Diversity. Before law school, Jasjit worked as support staff at an elementary school and with labor unions and organizations at the UC Berkeley Labor Center.
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