Jacqueline Hang represents California public school districts, community college districts, and county offices of education in all areas of general education law; employment matters such as discrimination, harassment, dismissal, and reasonable accommodation requirements; student discipline issues such as harassment and bullying charges; and First Amendment rights. Ms. Hang conducts workplace investigations for public school districts, and provides legal counsel on matters involving human resources and student services. She is also a member of the firm’s Title IX group.
During college, she cofounded the Berkeley chapter of the International Justice Mission, a human rights organization. In law school, she received the Outstanding Student Service Senior Award, as well as the Witkin Award for earning the highest grade in Advanced Appellate Advocacy and Global Lawyering Skills II. In addition, she served as President of McGeorge Women’s Caucus. Ms. Hang earned extensive recognition for her moot court skills, including being selected for the Order of Barristers and the Moot Court Honors Board, winning the Best Brief Award in the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition, and being named Best Advocate in the Regional NYC Bar Association National Competition.
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