Katharine Fisher joined Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian & Ho in February 2016 as a Social Justice Fellow. Prior to joining the firm, Katharine was a legal fellow in the Gender Equity & LGBT Rights and Work & Family Programs at the Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center. Katharine graduated from UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) in 2015 where she was an editor of the Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law and received the Prosser Award in the Spring 2015 course on Sex-Based Discrimination. During law school, Katharine volunteered for the California Asylum Representation Clinic and the East Bay Community Law Center’s DREAM Clinic while also serving as a member of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association and Berkeley Law Foundation. She spent her summers clerking for a plaintiff-side law firm and EBCLC’s criminal justice reentry program.
- J.D., University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, 2015
- B.A., Political Science, International Studies, Emory University, 2012
Bar and Court Admissions
State Bar of California, 2015
Prosser Award, Sex-Based Discrimination, UC Berkeley School of Law
Public Interest Fellow, UC Berkeley School of Law
Professional Associations and Memberships
- California Employment Lawyers Association
- Asian American Bar Association
- Bar Association of San Francisco
- Berkeley Law Bridge Fellow, Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center, 2015
- Law Clerk, Brayton Purcell LLP, 2014
- Legal Intern, East Bay Community Law Center’s Clean Slate Program, 2013
Wage and Hour Laws: A State by State Survey, BNA treatise, 2016.