Alicia Belock represents clients in all matters related to private labor and employment. Her focus on employment law centers around wage and hour actions, workplace investigations, workplace discrimination and harassment, discipline and termination, arbitration agreements, sick leave, and all related claims.
Ms. Belock began her career as a securities class action litigation attorney where she represented pension, retirement and health care funds in securities fraud cases. Prior to joining AALRR, Ms. Belock represented educational agencies in labor and employment matters including employee discipline, discrimination and harassment claims, and wage and hour issues. Ms. Belock also previously served as a staff attorney for the University of San Diego Education & Disability Clinic, where she represented low-income parents of student with disabilities in cases concerning special education, limited conservatorships, and discrimination claims with the Office for Civil Rights.
Ms. Belock earned her Juris Doctor at the University of San Diego School of Law. During law school, she interned at the Family Law Facilitator’s Office where she assisted self-represented litigants in preparing their cases on issues such as child support, custody, and restraining orders. She was a law clerk with the Children’s Advocacy Institute, where she assisted with matters involving foster youth and school privacy issues. Ms. Belock also worked as an intern for the Office of the City Attorney, where she contributed to the representation of the City of National City in matters ranging from municipal issues to constitutional claims.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Belock earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at Davis, where she double majored in Communication and Spanish. She spent a semester studying abroad in Madrid, Spain, and focusing on Hispanic Studies.
News & Publications
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 05.07.2020
Community & Professional
- American Bar Association
- San Diego County Bar Association