Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP, a boutique worker’s rights firm, has now expanded its ranks by adding two more accomplished women to its roster – Rachel Terp and Salina Isaq. Rachel joins as Of Counsel and Salina joins the firm as an Associate following her graduation from Hastings College of Law and successful completion of the California Bar Exam.
Rachel Terp has been representing workers for almost a decade. She has extensive success in litigating wage and hour claims on class, collective, and multi-plaintiff bases. She and LVBH have a long-standing relationship as co-counsel on many cases. “I am thrilled to bring my experience litigating complex wage and hour actions to this renowned employment law firm,” Rachel said. “I look forward to working side by side with LVBH’s attorneys and staff to champion justice and fairness for California workers.”
Salina Isaq, a first-generation United States citizen, maintains an unwavering dedication to ending gender-based violence and sexual harassment in the workplace. “It is a great privilege to work with a team of feminist lawyers who center social justice in the work they do,” Salina said. “Approaching novel legal issues from a feminist framework is a rare practice, but here it is a priority. LVBH has created a blueprint for new lawyers to shape and transform the law to advance the project of gender equity and racial justice. I am incredibly proud to work with such a purposeful, creative team.”