Paul’s commitment to employee advocacy traces to his union roots, a commitment rediscovered participating in the UC Hastings Workers’ Rights Clinic. Since graduating from UC Hastings, he has dedicated his career to representing employees.
As an Equal Justice America Fellow with Disability Rights Advocates, Paul advocated for persons with disabilities. As a Hastings Bridge Fellow with the Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center, Paul represented low wage workers with wage claims, discrimination claims, and workplace separation issues. Paul participated on the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly and the Hastings Business Law Journal. Paul’s journal note, titled “What We Owe Our Veterans: Veterans’ Rights & Due Process in the Ninth Circuit,” criticized the Veterans’ Judicial Rights Act, and called for a complete overhaul of the Veterans’ Administration.
Paul earned his undergraduate in philosophy at UC Berkeley, and his graduate degree in philosophy at Georgia State University. He is a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association and the Bar Association of San Francisco. You can sometimes find him exploring California in a 1975 Chevy Van named “The Ship,” which is usually loaded with bicycles, surfboards, camping gear, and various stringed instruments.