Suparna Jain represents school districts, community college districts, and other public entities, as well as some private clients in litigation and transactional matters. She has successfully made solo court appearances, attended and participated in off-site client meetings, served as the contact person for certain clients, and researched and drafted critical law and motion briefs for numerous cases.
In addition to helping resolve many facility and property litigation matters in her clients’ favor, she advises clients with respect to Americans with Disabilities compliance issues, construction prequalification requirements, prevailing wage requirements, and prepares public project contracts and documents. She has handled various public property matters as well, such as reviewing and preparing Proposition 39 energy contracts, license agreements, and advising clients on surplus property matters. Prior to joining AALRR, Ms. Jain worked at the Glendale City Attorney's office and the Sustainability Division of the City of Pasadena Planning Department.
While in law school, Ms. Jain participated as a board member and team member of the UC Hastings Moot Court. She worked within the public sector and on behalf of public entities throughout law school, serving as a Los Angeles Superior Court judicial extern.
News & Publications
Events & Speaking Engagements
Ms. Jain has given presentations on Americans with Disabilities access issues and on Proposition 39 energy agreements.
Alerts & Articles
- Court of Appeal Holds That Level 2 Developer Fees Were Properly Assessed on a New Residential Development Project Intended to House Employee Seasonal Farmworkers04.26.2019
- Another Court of Appeal Affirms that Lease-Leaseback Contracts are Exempt from the Competitive Bidding Processes and Rejects Requirements for a "Genuine Lease" and "Contractor Financing"05.04.2017
Ms. Jain has authored many of her practice group’s client alerts and blog entries. The research paper she co-authored, “Enforceability of Local Hire Preference Programs,” was published by the Department of Transportation Research Board in its Legal Digest.
- Assembly Bill 219 - Seeking to Expand Definition of "Public Work" to Include Delivery of Ready-Mix ConcreteEdLawConnect Blog, 04.16.2015
- Recent Court of Appeals Decision Suggests a Stop Notice Served Before a Notice of Completion or Notice of Cessation is Recorded is Premature and thus IneffectualEdLawConnect Blog, 08.20.2014
- Forthcoming Regulations Will Help School Districts Determine Proportionate Share and Allowable Direct Costs for the Use of School Facilities and GroundsEdLawConnect Blog, 03.06.2014
- Education Code section 17463.7’s Additional Flexibility Regarding Use of Proceeds from the Sale of Surplus Property Provisions Extended to January 1, 2016EdLawConnect Blog, 08.27.2013
- Civic Center Act Amended to Expand Definition of “Direct Costs” School Districts May Charge for Use of School Facilities and GroundsEdLawConnect Blog, 03.14.2013
- Newly Implemented Office of Public School Construction Regulations Create a “Waiting List” for School Districts Applying for State FundingEdLawConnect Blog, 12.13.2012
- EdLawConnect Blog, 05.18.2012