Ms. Flechsig aspired to be a civil rights advocate since she was in high school. While she was an undergraduate student at the University of California at Berkeley, she earned highest honors in Sociology while focusing her studies on the social implications of harassment and discrimination in the workplace and beyond. Outside of class, she worked with student activists to file a federal Title IX Complaint with the U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights, tutored kids, and volunteered representing her peers in disputes with UC Berkeley.
Ms. Flechsig went on to graduate from Stanford Law School, where she competed around the country with Stanford Law’s mock trial and employment law moot court teams. She was also the co-President of the Women of Stanford Law and co-President of StreetLaw, a student-led pro bono project working with incarcerated youth.
In her free time, Ms. Flechsig enjoys cooking, training in Krav Maga, and going on adventures with her rescue puppy.
Areas Of Practice
- Employment Discrimination (Sex Discrimination, Disability Discrimination, Race Discrimination)
- Wrongful Termination
- Sexual Harassment
- Sexual Assault and Battery
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Stanford Law School, Stanford, California
- Juris Doctor
- Honors: Stanford Mills Legal Clinic Youth and Education Law Project
- Honors: Pro Bono High Honors
- University of California at Berkeley
- B.A. Sociology; Minor in Education
- Honors: Highest Honors in Sociology
- Honors: College of Letters and Sciences Distinction in General Scholarship