Garrett was drawn to workplace investigations because he enjoys hearing people’s stories and trying to solve puzzles. Whether it is through an assessment or an investigation, he tries to make the world simpler and clearer for his clients.
During law school, Garrett volunteered at wage claim clinics through Legal Aid at Work, and he co-represented a plaintiff during a California Labor Code section 98.2 appeal. He also clerked at a small defense firm.
As a professor’s research assistant, Garrett researched the effectiveness of legislation on auditor bias. He was a senior editor for two Hastings law journals, the Hastings Women’s Law Journal and the Hastings Business Law Journal. In addition, he was on a Moot Court Team and the Internal Vice President of Outlaw, an LGBT student group.
Garrett enjoys analyzing films, writing high fantasy fiction and world-building. He also likes reading about world history and archaeology.
“The truth is rarely pure and never simple.” – Oscar Wilde
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D. magna cum laude
University of Oregon; B.A., English
Climate Surveys and Assessments
State Bar of California
Formerly The Law Offices of Amy Oppenheimer, we are now Oppenheimer Investigations Group, with a new name, website and partnership structure.
Read tips for investigating unconscious bias in this article that originally appeared on Western City, December 1, 2021.
OIG is pleased to sponsor the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law MCLE program “New Developments in Workplace Sexual Harassment,” coming Jan. 27, 2022