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Jennifer Pirozzi

Jennifer Pirozzi

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: August 28, 2019




Jennifer Pirozzi advises and represents employers in a broad range of labor and employment matters, including non-compete, non-solicitation and trade secret matters, breach of contract, wage and hour class actions, and claims for discrimination and retaliation. She represents clients before federal and state courts, and before various administrative agencies.

Prior to joining Littler Mendelson, Pirozzi worked as an associate at a law firm in Minnesota where she represented employers in business and employment-related matters. She was also an officer in the Air Force for several years, where she handled personnel matters and provided human resources support to all Air Force personnel assigned to the Pentagon.

In law school, Pirozzi was a member of the student editorial board for the Federal Circuit Bar Journal, where she wrote her case note on the then-recent developments of the Family Medical Leave Act.

She earned a BS degree from the United States Air Force Academy and a JD from George Mason University School of Law. 

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

West Central Tribune
March 23, 2020
Re: Susan Estrich

Susan Estrich writes an op-ed about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act is not responding well to the COVID-19 outbreak. She said, "Right now, HIPAA is making it impossible to know whether you have been in contact with an infected person and, in turn, whether you may be infecting a high-risk loved one."

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Thomas D. Lyon
January, 2020

“Children’s concealment of a minor transgression: The role of age, maltreatment, and executive functioning,” (with Shanna Williams and Kelly McWilliams) Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 191 (2020).

Thomas D. Lyon
January, 2020

“The effects of the putative confession and evidence presentation on maltreated and non-maltreated 9- to 12-year-olds’ coached concealment of a minor transgression,” (with Angela Evans) Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 188 (2019).

Dan Simon
January, 2020

"The Adversarial Mindset," Psychology, Public Policy and Law.