Della Shaker is currently specializing in Employment, Personal Injury and Labor Law. Her experiences in the legal field have prepared her to successfully represent clients in all aspects of labor and employment law—including cases involving wage and hour laws, independent contractor status, wrongful termination, race discrimination & harassment, religious discrimination & harassment, disability discrimination & harassment, pregnancy and gender discrimination & harassment, sexual orientation discrimination & harassment—as well as sexual harassment. Ms. Shaker also has extensive knowledge and experience when dealing with employee handbooks and personnel practices, union contract negotiation, and grievance, arbitration, and mediation.
Ms. Shaker received her Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from University of Los Angeles California (UCLA) prior to attending Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law where she received her Juris Doctorate degree in 2012. Ms. Shaker successfully completed her first year of law school within the top 11% of her class and graduated within the top 30% of her class.
Ms. Shaker also performs pro bono services for nonprofit firms, such as Bet Tzedek Legal Services – The House of Justice. While working at Bet Tzedek, she was involved in projects regarding Holocaust Reparations, Housing, and Government Benefits.
Della has practiced in both federal and state court.
• United States District Court, Central and Southern Districts of California