Lieff Cabraser attorney Jallé Dafa will moderate the first of the ABA Labor & Employment Law Section’s Heritage Month Webinar Series on Thursday, February 24, 2022 at 12:00 pm CST. In recognition of Black History Month, the Section has assembled an extraordinary set of panelists for a roundtable conversation discussing their entries to the legal field, career trajectories, obstacles, experiences, and successes – with a specific focus on the current state of racial diversity in the legal profession and the importance of representation in the field.
Featured panelists include:
Hon. Stephanie M. Jones, Federal Agency, Knoxville, TN
Corie Pauling, Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA), Charlotte, NC
Nigel F. Telman, Proskauer Rose LLP, Chicago, IL
Melissa S. Woods, Cohen, Weiss and Simon LLP, New York, NY
Registration for the webinar is FREE. Visit the ABA’s website to register now.
About Jallé Dafa
An associate in Lieff Cabraser’s San Francisco office, Jallé Dafa is a skilled trial and appellate attorney who represents employees and consumers in high-stakes class action litigation across a variety of industries. Her recent work includes representing employees challenging “no poach” agreements between fast-food employers that suppress worker salaries and mobility, consumers in deceptive hidden fee lawsuits against telephone and cable companies, and families alleging the prices of bail bonds in California have been unlawfully inflated by sureties and bail agents in a price-fixing conspiracy. Jallé has also zealously represented students and young professionals in sexual assault and harassment matters.