Beverly Ozowara represents educational agencies throughout Southern California in all employment matters, including employee evaluations, discipline, reasonable accommodations, interactive process meetings, restraining orders, contract enforcement, and other areas of general education law. She has represented clients before state courts and administrative bodies, including the Office of Administrative Hearings, California Civil Rights Department, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Public Employment Relations Board.
Ms. Ozowara frequently conducts impartial, thorough, and effective investigations following student and staff complaints, including complaints of discrimination, harassment, and bullying. She is also an experienced and effective trainer in a variety of areas, including Title IX sexual misconduct matters; investigations; the Brown Act; mandated reporting; prevention of harassment, discrimination, bullying and retaliation; and the FRISK® Documentation Model.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Ozowara was a civil litigation attorney, handling medical malpractice and personal injury cases. While in law school, Ms. Ozowara served as the Executive Managing Editor for the Los Angeles Public Interest Law Journal and the Director of Communications for the Western Region Black Law Students Association.