Ramit Mizrahi practices in the area of employment law, representing employees exclusively. Her work focuses on cases involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination.
Ms. Mizrahi graduated from Yale Law School. She received a Master of Science degree in Gender & Social Policy with Merits from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Science degree with Highest Honors in Business Administration from UC-Berkeley. Her work has been published in the Yale Law Journal.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Mizrahi clerked for the Honorable Richard A. Paez of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, where she worked on a number of appeals involving sex, race, national origin, age, and disability discrimination claims. Before that, she practiced at a plaintiff-side employment and labor law firm in San Francisco, where she was involved in litigating both individual discrimination cases and civil rights class actions.
While in law school, Ms. Mizrahi worked at the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice. She was an editor of the Yale Law Journal and the Yale Journal of Law & Feminism. Ms. Mizrahi also served as a research assistant for Professor Vicki Schultz.
Ms. Mizrahi is an active member of the employment law community. She has spoken on a number of panels relating to employment issues, including with respect to disability laws, leave as a reasonable accommodation under the FEHA and ADA, multi-employer relationships, and the intersection between cyberspace and the workplace.
Year Joined Firm
Areas of Practice
- Employment Law
- Sex, Race, Age & Disability Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Appellate Law
- California, 2004
- New York, 2013
- Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut
- Juris Doctor - May, 2004
- London School of Economics University of London, London, England
- Master of Science, with Merits, Gender & Social Policy - November, 2001
- University of California--Berkeley, Walter A. Haas School of Business - Highest Honors
- Bachelor of Science, Business Administration - May, 2000
- "Hostility to the Presence of Women": Why Women Undermine Each Other in the Workplace and the Consequences for Title VII, Note, 113 Yale L.J. 1579, 2004
Professional Associations and Memberships
- California Employment Lawyers Association
- National Employment Lawyer Association
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles