Sean’s interest in investigations dates back to his second year in law school, when a local attorney workplace investigator spoke about the field during an employment law class. Sean appreciated both the neutral nature of the work and the opportunity to make voices on all sides heard early into the case’s life cycle.
Before joining OIG, Sean worked as a post-bar law clerk at an employment and business law firm. As a law student, he clerked for trademark and employment law firms, in-house legal teams, and the same investigator who introduced him to the practice.
Sean was also heavily involved with the University of San Diego School of Law’s Student Bar Association and the Asian and Pacific American Law Students Association, fostering pathways for communication between students and the administration and creating DEI opportunities for fellow students.
Sean enjoys bouldering, weightlifting, swimming, cooking, and brewing coffee. At times he maintains a culture for brewing kombucha.
“Know how to listen and you will profit even from those who talk badly.” – Plutarch
University of San Diego School of Law, J.D.
University of California San Diego, B.A., Philosophy
State Bar of California
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