California State University, Fullerton, magna cum laude (2012)
BA, Political Science and Women's Studies
Outstanding Political Science Undergraduate Award
Women's Studies Valedictorian
Pi Sigma Alpha, President
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Publications & Speaking Engagements
Chrystal Ferber is an Associate in our Employment Practice Group, representing employers and management.
Ms. Ferber earned her Juris Doctor in 2018 from UCLA School of Law. While in law school, Ms. Ferber served as an extern for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission where she worked with an Administrative Law Judge on employment law cases. She also worked as a judicial extern for Judge Stuart M. Rice of the Los Angeles Superior Court and as a law clerk for firms in the Los Angeles area.
While working on her JD, she served as an editor for UCLA’s Journal of Environmental Law and Policy and as a Writing Advisor to first-year students.
Ms. Ferber graduated magna cum laude from California State University, Fullerton earning her undergraduate degrees in both Political Science and Women’s Studies. She was President of CSU Fullerton’s Political Science Honor Society. She was awarded the Outstanding Political Science Undergraduate Award and was Valedictorian, Women’s Studies. She took three years off from school to work as an AmeriCorps volunteer and as an Undercover Investigator for a national animal advocacy organization.
Ms. Ferber is admitted to the State Bar of California Central District.
Co-Presenter, Reopening Businesses During COVID-19, San Fernando Valley Bar Association, May 2020
Co-Presenter, Legal Challenges for Employees Working Remotely, San Fernando Valley Bar Association, April 2020
Co-Presenter, Coronavirus (COVID-19): Issues Impacting Your Workforce, San Fernando Valley Bar Association, March 2020
Co-Presenter, Eliminating Harassment, Discrimination & Bias in the Workplace, San Fernando Valley Bar Association's annual MCLE Marathon, January 2020