Daniella Rubin is an Associate in our Employment Practice Group, exclusively representing employers and management.
Ms. Rubin earned her Juris Doctor in 2018, graduating cum laude from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. She served as Chief Technical Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review from 2017-18, and was on staff from 2016-17. She earned First Honors in Negotiations and was a Dean’s List student.
Before earning her JD, Ms. Rubin graduated from the University of California at San Diego where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. A Provost Honors recipient, Ms. Rubin also won the UCSD Communication Filmmaker Award – Best of Show (Spring 2015.)
At Lewitt Hackman, Ms. Rubin works on defending claims before the EEOC, DFEH, and DLSE as well as litigating class action and individual lawsuits. Ms. Rubin’s work also includes transactional matters such as advice and counsel to employers, preparing employee handbooks, and drafting employment documents.
She previously served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Otis D. Wright II in U.S. District Court, Central District of California where she researched issues regarding international transactions, federal civil procedure and other civil litigation issues. Ms. Rubin has also served as a Law Clerk at other firms in the Los Angeles area where she gained experience with every stage of litigation including drafting pleadings, law and motion, pre-trial conferences, motion hearings, depositions and mediations.