Mari Clifford joined the Erlich Law Firm in May 2020. Ms. Clifford brings several years of experience to the firm having clerked with Northern District Magistrate Judge Thomas Hixson and working at Hogan Lovells shortly after graduating from UC Berkeley School of Law in 2017.
Ms. Clifford’s interest in serving her community began in college where she researched civil nonviolent resistance movements, and in law school, she worked with a United Nations task force to combat human smuggling.
Ms. Clifford views the struggle for employee workplace rights as a natural continuation in her service of underrepresented groups.
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