J. Kayleigh Chevrier represents school districts, community college districts, and county offices of education in labor and employment law and in general education matters. Ms. Chevrier provides representation, advice, and counsel on a wide variety of matters, including school board governance, employment discrimination and harassment, Title IX investigations, Public Records Act compliance, student records privacy laws, unfair labor practices, and restraining orders. Ms. Chevrier conducts investigations for school and community college districts with respect to allegations of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, employee misconduct, and hostile work environment.
Prior to joining AALRR, Ms. Chevrier worked for various family law firms in San Jose where she successfully represented clients in settlement conferences and hearings at the Santa Clara County Superior Court.
During law school, Ms. Chevrier externed for the Honorable Nathan D. Mihara (ret.) at the Sixth District Court of Appeal focusing on criminal and civil law matters. She then interned at Bay Area Legal Aid where she primarily assisted victims of domestic violence. Ms. Chevrier received an Emery Merit Scholarship from Santa Clara University School of Law where she competed in Honors Moot Court, was a founding member of both the Animal Law society and the Filipino Law Society, and served as President of the Student Bar Association.
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