Calyn Hadlock

Calyn earned dual undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Political Science from Indiana University. Calyn also earned a Certificate in Global French from the School of Global and International Studies after rounding out her course requirements in Paris, France. Calyn served as President of the mock trial program her senior year and won an all-region attorney’s award as a Closing Attorney.

Calyn obtained her law degree from the University of California, Irvine, where she worked for Professor Michele Goodwin as a research assistant and for the Civil Rights litigation clinic as a clinical intern. Calyn won best advocate in the law school’s annual, intramural mock trial competition and her team placed first overall. Calyn authored a Note on comparative constitutional law regarding reproductive rights, which was published in Volume 14 of UCI’s law review journal. While at UC Irvine, Calyn assisted with legal research and oral argument preparation for two Supreme Court cases: Nestle v. Doe and Vega v. Tekoh.

While working with the UCI Appellate Litigation clinic, Calyn argued on behalf of an asylum seeker in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She and her team won their case, which the Court of Appeals remanded for reconsideration on the merits. Calyn has experience working with PAGA claims, wage and hour disputes, and various claims under the FEHA.

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