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Estefania Palacios

J.D., The George Washington University Law School

Estefania Palacios is a dedicated labor and employment law advocate at Olivier & Schreiber LLP, with a strong foundation from Cornell University and The George Washington University Law School. Her expertise spans various aspects of workers’ rights, including ERISA compliance and discrimination cases. Notably, she defended individual rights at GW Law’s Public Justice Advocacy Clinic and showcased leadership in student organizations. Estefania is a promising legal talent and trailblazer in the pursuit of justice for plaintiffs.

  • Intern, Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division
  • Student Attorney, Public Justice Advocacy Clinic
  • President, Labor & Employment Law Society, The George Washington University Law School
  • President, Latin American Law Student Association
  • Public Contract Law Journal
  • Volunteer, Justice at Work
  • Volunteer, Worker Rights Clinic
  • Moot Court Board

Ayanna Bediako

University of California, Berkeley, 2023 B.A. in Legal Studies

Ayanna was born in Queens, New York, and raised in Yardley, Pennsylvania. She later moved to the Bay Area to attend college. From a young age, Ayanna knew that she wanted to become an attorney because of her deep commitment to social justice and her passion for advocating for marginalized communities.

“O&S has been an incredible source of guidance and support for me throughout my legal journey. I am honored to work for a firm that dedicates themselves to their clients and to the pursuit of justice.”
  • Treasurer, of Undergraduate Moot Court at Berkeley
  • Secretary, Drawn to Scale Acapella
  • Intern, Berkeley Peace and Justice Commission
  • Front Desk Assistant, University of California, Berkeley School of Social Welfare
  • Singing, reading, going to the movies, spending time with friends, and creative writing

Kimberly Woo

University of California, Berkeley, 2023 B.A. in Legal Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Political Science

Kimberly was born in San Francisco and raised in San Mateo. Her mother immigrated from the Philippines while her father immigrated from Hong Kong, raising her and her 2 older brothers in Northern California. Her passion for social justice inspired her to work in grassroots organizing, state and municipal politics, and the judicial system, serving the needs of her communities. She aspires to advocate for civil rights and to improve the accessibility of the law, empowering underserved communities to protect their rights.

“O&S has truly embodied knowledge, empathy, and passion in their work to uphold the core principles of the legal system and to defend the civil rights of everyone, which has fostered an outstanding ideal that all firms should strive to be.”

  • Student Trainee, Oakland Youth Commission, 2021-2023
  • Director of GENup Collegiate and President of GENup Collegiate at Berkeley, 2019-2023
  • MOVE Fellow, Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach Youth Advisory Council, 2022-2023
  • Intern, West Sacramento Mayor Martha Guerrero through Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs’ API Next Program, 2022
  • Co-President (2023), Racial Justice Committee Co-Director and Founder (2022), and 504 Sit-In Task Force Director (2022), Cal American Civil Liberties Union
  • Pledge Director (2021-2022) and Vice President of Professional Programming (2020-2021), Sigma Alpha Nu
  • Intern, JusticeCorps Access to Justice, 2020-2021
  • Intern, City of Berkeley Councilmember Ben Bartlett, 2019-2020
  • Songwriting/singing, reading, baking, exercising, and spending time with friends, family, and her two cats
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