Kimia Sagarchi represents school districts, county offices of education, and community college districts throughout Northern California in all matters, including education-related discrimination/harassment, wrongful termination, disability, reasonable accommodation, wage and hour requirements, leave requirements, discipline and dismissal. She also represents clients in due process hearings, disciplinary proceedings, and litigation; she provides general advice and counsel; analyzes and reviews contracts; and composes various documents, including settlement demand letters, complaints, mediation briefs, and written discovery, in preparation for trial.

Ms. Sagarchi has significant experience conducting thorough and effective investigations concerning workplace issues and student complaints. Her investigations range across a variety of legal issues, including Title IX sexual misconduct, discrimination, bullying, and retaliation. Ms. Sagarchi has also conducted trainings on how to recognize and investigate bullying and harassment, as well as trainings on the Title IX regulations.

While in law school, Ms. Sagarchi was an editor of the Computer and High Tech Law Journal and spent her summers interning at both the Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney and San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, where she gained experience in trial work and law and motion proceedings. Prior to joining AALRR, Ms. Sagarchi was a civil litigator at two prestigious law firms in the Bay Area.

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J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law
B.S., Santa Clara University


  • 2015, California
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern, Southern, Central and Northern Districts of California
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