Judith C. Wolff, Esq.
Legal Employment Solutions
Admitted to the California State Bar in 1992, Judith Wolff has represented employees against every size and structure of employers, including huge national chains, utility companies (PG&E, SDG&E), hospitals, police departments, private schools, public school districts and other public educational institutions, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), Bank of America, Kaiser Permanente, and dozens of others. Ms. Wolff has successfully represented employees in almost every California county civil court, as well as before the National Labor Relations Board, Department of Unemployment (EDD), private arbitrators, and mediators.
Along with a JD from Boston University School of Law, Judith holds both an MFA and an MA in English from Syracuse University and two undergraduate degrees, in English and Psychology, from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Judith obtained certification in mediation from U.C. Berkeley and brings mediation skills to bear, as appropriate, during litigation.
Over her career representing employees from all walks of life, Judith has obtained settlements totaling over $32 million.
Judith's past and present volunteer activities include legal counsel to German Shorthair Pointer Rescue of the Bay Area, high school moot court judging, California Lawyers for the Arts, and volunteer mediator for East Bay Community Mediation (EBCM). Judith is an avid reader, gardener, swimmer, and a Leonard Cohen fan.
"Judith is exceptional because she extremely responsive, trustworthy, knowledgable, reliable, and amazingly creative in her capacity to problem solve and meet the needs of her clients. Not only is she a phenomenal attorney, but her compassion is unprecedented. She goes above and beyond to help her clients and genuinely cares about their well being. I searched high and low for someone to take my case and at the end of the day, it was Judith who invited me to be her client. My case was not one that was likely to win a large sum by any stretch, but Judith knew I needed help. She truly believes in finding justice for her clients."