Alexandra Seymour represents school districts, county offices of education, and community college districts in labor and employment law matters.  Ms. Seymour conducts investigations with respect to allegations of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, employee misconduct, and hostile work environment.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Seymour specialized in labor and employment law for public entities, where she advised cities, counties, special districts, and educational institutions on a broad range of labor and employment matters. Ms. Seymour also previously interned for the Office of the General Counsel of the Public Employment Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the CA Civil Rights Department, and the US Department of Labor. In these roles, she assisted with investigating unfair practice charges, drafting and filing complaints on behalf of charging parties, conducting intake interviews, drafting memoranda, and conducting witness interviews.

Ms. Seymour obtained her J.D. and a certificate in public interest law from UC Davis School of Law where she was also a recipient of the Dean’s Merit Scholarship. She also served as the President of the King Hall Labor and Employment Law Association, Senior Articles Editor for the Social Justice Law Review, Secretary for the King Hall Legal Foundation, and the Community Service Committee Representative for the Law Students Association. As an undergraduate, Ms. Seymour attended San Francisco State University where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.

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J.D., University of California, Davis School of Law
B.A., cum laude, San Francisco State University


  • 2022, California
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