Marnie Phillips's practice focuses on representing employers in complex labor and employment matters that arise under federal, state, and local labor and employment laws. Her experience includes advising clients on the various legal implications stemming from workplace injuries, terminations, and employee discipline and counseling clients during union contract negotiations and in labor arbitrations.
Marnie represents clients such as Stanford Health Care, Stanford University, and the San Francisco Symphony.
Marnie shares the Firm's commitment to pro bono representation and community outreach. She currently represents a Guatemalan refugee in her application for asylum and sits on the board of directors for the AIDS Legal Referral Panel.
- University of California, Los Angeles (J.D. 2017); University of California, Davis (B.A. in History with honors 2013, with a minor in Women and Gender Studies)
- Extern to Judge Beth Labson Freeman, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California (Summer 2015)