Ryan T. Chin hired as an Associate

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Ryan T. Chin hired as an Associate

Ryan T. Chin hired as an Associate


Bryan Schwartz Law, P.C. Hires Ryan T. Chin as an Associate at the Oakland-Based Civil Rights, Employment Law Firm

September 11, 2019 – Bryan Schwartz Law, P.C. welcomes Ryan T. Chin as an Associate. He joins the firm after having worked for eight years as a staff attorney in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.

Chin graduated from UCLA School of Law in 2011, where he graduated with a specialization in Critical Race Studies and served as a Comments Editor for the UCLA Law Review. He worked as a research assistant for Professor Hiroshi Motomura and worked as an intern at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Chin graduated from the University of California, Irvine, in 2007, and was raised in Pleasanton, California.

Since 2009, Bryan Schwartz Law, P.C. has dedicated itself to continuing the struggle for civil rights and equality of employment opportunity, and helping Americans from every background to achieve their highest career potential. The firm focuses on individual, class, and collective actions involving discrimination and retaliation, harassment, denied disability accommodations, whistleblower reprisal, wage and hour violations, federal employees’ rights, and severance negotiations.

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