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Theresa M. Traber is a civil rights and employment lawyer with the Pasadena firm of Traber & Voorhees. During her legal career, she has concentrated her efforts primarily on individual and class action lawsuits alleging employment and housing discrimination and class-wide violations of wage and hour protections under federal and state law. In addition, she has handled cases alleging assorted violations of constitutional rights, including police abuse and misconduct by U.S. military installations and other federal entities. Ms. Traber’s recent work has focused on class action wage and hour litigation on behalf of low-wage and middle-income workers and on international human rights litigation. Ms. Traber is a Lawyer Representative to the Ninth Judicial Conference and a member of the Merit Selection Panel for the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. For the last ten years, Ms. Traber has been recognized as one of Southern California’s Super Lawyers and, in 2004, as one of the top 50 female lawyers in Southern California by Los Angeles Magazine and Law & Politics Magazine. In 2001, the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice Foundation honored Ms. Traber and her co-counsel as finalists for Public Interest Trial Lawyers of the Year for their work in Doe v. Radovan Karadzic, which resulted in a verdict of more than $4.5 billion for 21 Muslim families whose members were murdered, tortured, raped and otherwise brutalized as a part of the Serbian “ethnic cleansing” campaign in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Ms. Traber received her J.D. from Northeastern University Law School in 1984.

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