Practice: Ms. Gold is a California Teachers Association Group Legal Services Attorney and practices labor and employment law on behalf of unions and employees.
Education: In 2008, Ms. Gold received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from the University of South Florida, with a major in Psychology and minor in Sociology.
Ms. Gold is a 2012 graduate of the University of California, Davis, King Hall School of Law. She received both the public interest law certificate and the pro bono service certificate, marking her commitment to public service and volunteer work in the community. During law school, Ms. Gold focused her studies on labor and employment law and participated in the Civil Rights and Prison Law Clinics, where she gained client representation and litigation experience. She externed at the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing for much of her time in law school and volunteered hundreds of hours at the Voluntary Legal Services Program of Northern California's Employment Law Clinic, where she assisted low-income clients with wage and hour disputes, unemployment benefits, and employment discrimination. Her work at the Employment Law Clinic earned her the State Bar of California Wiley W. Manuel Certificate of Pro Bono Legal Services.
After graduating from law school, Ms. Gold worked as a Civil Rights Fellow at the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, where she prosecuted employment and housing discrimination and gained extensive dispute resolution, trial litigation, and class action experience.
Ms. Gold is admitted to practice law in the State of California and before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California.
Trainings: Ms. Gold presents on the rights of Community College Faculty. She also presented at CTA's Group Legal Services 2018 Conference on a Demurrer that she successfully defended against in Sutter County Superior Court involving a salary uniformity matter for teachers. She presented at the 2016 conference on a Writ Petition that she successfully obtained in Schell v. Oroville City Elementary School District.
Legal Memberships: Ms. Gold is a member of the California Bar Association Labor and Employment Section and Litigation Section, Sacramento County Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section, National Lawyers Guild, and Women Lawyers of Sacramento.
Community Service and Activities: Ms. Gold currently sits on the Board of the nonprofit Center for Workers Rights, and is a founding member of the Center. She also provides pro bono legal services as a volunteer attorney at the Center's Legal Clinics. Finally, Ms. Gold provides pro bono representation through the nonprofit KIND (Kids in Need of Defense).
Call: (916) 648-2570