Kasey Hemphill represents clients in complex civil litigation, including class actions, state coordinated actions, and federal multidistrict litigation. Kasey's practice covers a wide range of areas, such as contractual disputes, business torts, and government investigations. She has experience in various aspects of litigation, including fact investigation, drafting and responding to discovery, mediation preparation, and dispositive motion practice.
Kasey maintains an active pro bono practice. She has particular experience representing clients from Central American countries seeking asylum in the United States, especially individuals seeking refuge based upon political opinion and/or membership in a particular social group.
Kasey is also a member of the Association of Business and Trial Lawyers, the Black Women Lawyers of Los Angeles, and the Langston Bar Association.
- New York University (J.D. 2017; Editor-in-Chief, Moot Court Board; M.A. in Politics 2012; B.A. in Politics cum laude 2011); University of Nevada, Las Vegas (M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education 2014)
- California and U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
- Law Clerk to Judge Richard F. Boulware II, U.S. District Court, District of Nevada (2017-2018)