Alice enjoys neutral investigative work because each case offers the opportunity to learn more about human nature and conflict resolution while also considering new perspectives.
Alice recently graduated from UC Davis School of Law. In law school, she worked part time at OIG, shadowing attorneys on several cases. She also interned with immigration and asylum organizations and was active in international human rights clubs.
Before law school, Alice reviewed books and blogged at the University of New Mexico. She interned at PEN America as a writer, researcher, and translator. She can conduct investigations in French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
In her free time Alice enjoys traveling, reading fiction, cooking, and swimming. She also enjoys the arts and spending time outdoors.
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” – Maya Angelou
University of California, Davis School of Law, J.D.
University of New Mexico, M.A., Latin American Studies
State University of New York at Geneseo, B.A., English and Spanish
Climate Surveys and Assessments
State Bar of California
Amy and Vida will travel to the University of Cape Town in South Africa to conduct a three-day course in workplace investigations with a focus on sexual harassment investigations from May 18-20, 2022.
Take these precautions when interviewing nonnative English speakers to help ensure all participants’ voices are heard and accurately included in your findings.
Christina Ro-Connolly will co-present this online training during the upcoming CALPELRA Learn two-day program (May 24-25).