Farah Amjad

Associate

Farah Amjad represents clients from diverse backgrounds and industries in litigation and employment law matters.

Farah uses her creative and sharp analytical skills to find efficient solutions to pressing and complex questions involving California’s employment and labor laws. In her current practice, she excels in counseling and discovery, a result of critical work alongside notable firm partners and senior associates. In addition, Farah is an adept researcher and writer, exemplified by her roles as a Senior Articles Editor for the UC Davis Law Review and as a copyeditor and fact-checker prior to attending law school. Her strengths in verbal and written advocacy stem from her ability to listen attentively and mindfully, a skill she developed early as a multilingual person and later strengthened through cross-cultural and interfaith experiences around the world.


Professional, Community And Pro Bono Involvement

  • Sacramento County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section
  • California Lawyers Association, Labor and Employment Law Section
  • UC Davis Law Review, Senior Articles Editor

Honors & Rankings

  • Dean’s Merit Scholarship
  • Witkin Award in Labor Law
  • Reynoso Academic Excellence Award in International Public Interest Law and Advocacy
  • Reynoso Academic Achievement Award in Negotiations
  • Sacramento County Bar Association Summer Diversity Fellowship
  • ReachOut 56-81-06 Fellowship, Princeton University
  • Kenneth Christopher Harris ’65 Memorial Award, Princeton University
  • Kathryn W. Davis Project for Peace Award, Princeton University

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Farah grew up in Woodland. In her free time, she enjoys watching foreign film and television, reading, and playing with her two adorable nephews.


Professional, Community And Pro Bono Involvement

  • Sacramento County Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section
  • California Lawyers Association, Labor and Employment Law Section
  • UC Davis Law Review, Senior Articles Editor

Honors & Rankings

  • Dean’s Merit Scholarship
  • Witkin Award in Labor Law
  • Reynoso Academic Excellence Award in International Public Interest Law and Advocacy
  • Reynoso Academic Achievement Award in Negotiations
  • Sacramento County Bar Association Summer Diversity Fellowship
  • ReachOut 56-81-06 Fellowship, Princeton University
  • Kenneth Christopher Harris ’65 Memorial Award, Princeton University
  • Kathryn W. Davis Project for Peace Award, Princeton University