Brooke Waldrop|Attorney

Brooke Waldrop

Brooke attended the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law. During law school, Brooke explored various areas of law with internships at the Disability Law Center, Victims Rights Clinic, and the International Rights Advocates (Washington, D.C.). At the International Rights Advocates, Brooke assisted attorneys at the trial for the precedent setting In re Juan Aguas, et al. v. Drummond Company, Inc. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. The litigation focused on utilizing the centuries old Alien Tort Claims statute to protect the members of a Colombian mining labor union from death threats over its plan to strike for better working conditions.

After law school, Brooke obtained her masters degree from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in Writing for Screen and Television where she received the prestigious Annenberg Fellowship. She worked in the entertainment industry for close to 7 years, before deciding to switch back to law and fight on behalf of employees who suffered labor abuses at work. She passed the California Bar Exam on her first attempt despite never attending law school in California and being out of law for an extended time. Her time in the entertainment field makes her an ideal advocate for entertainment employees.

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