Mira Karageorge is an associate attorney at Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky Wotkyns LLP. Mira’s practice focuses on employment and civil rights individual and class action cases.
Mira is admitted to practice law in the state of California, and before the United States District Court of the Northern, Southern, Central, and Eastern Districts of California.
Mira is a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, and Alameda County Bar Association, Labor & Employment Section. Mira also volunteers as an alumni coach for the UC Hastings Trial Team.
Prior to attending law school, Mira worked as a paralegal for Levin, Simes, Kaiser & Gornick LLP, and interned at the Marin County Public Defender’s Office and Legal Aid of Marin. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Mira graduated cum laude from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, with a Social Justice Concentration.
During law school, Mira worked at a variety of plaintiff-side employment firms, including, Outten & Golden LLP, Sanford Heisler Kimpel, LLP, Lewis, Feinberg, Lee, & Jackson P.C., and the Impact Fund.
As a part of the Civil Justice Clinic at UC Hastings, Mira represented a client in a wage and hour case in superior court, and another client at an unemployment insurance hearing. In both cases, Mira was successful in obtaining a favorable outcome for her clients.
While at UC Hastings, Mira was also a member of the UC Hastings Trial Team, where she was a part of the first team to ever win a national competition. She won the national and regional levels of the 12th Annual ABA Trial Advocacy Competition, and was also a finalist in the National Ethics Trial Competition.
While in law school, Mira was a research assistant for the Center for WorkLife Law, focusing on family responsibilities discrimination, and for Professor Dorit Reiss, focusing on vaccine law. She was also the Executive Development Editor for the Hastings Law Journal, and Finance & Development Editor for the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal.
Mira also volunteered with the “Partnership Initiative & Legal Aid to Rural Communities (PILARC)” at UC Hastings. As a part of this initiative, Mira dedicated her time to surveying low wage and farm workers door-to-door about working and living conditions.
Prior to joining Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky Wotkyns LLP, Mira worked as an associate at Siegel LeWitter Malkani where she practiced in both employment and labor law, and as a contract attorney for Outten & Golden LLP.