Traci Park got her first job waiting tables at 16 and worked her way through Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. In college she interned with the Baltimore Public Defender’s office and in the International Relations office of the U.S. Coast Guard. After college she came home to L.A. and attended Loyola Law School, where she won Best Advocate and Best Oral Argument in Moot Court. She also worked for an employees’ rights law firm.
Traci’s legal career has focused on both private and public sector issues. She has advised businesses around California on workplace laws and best practices. She also works shoulder to shoulder with leadership in cities and counties, advising on a range of issues including police body cams and use of force, gender parity in compensation, and public first amendment law. As outside litigation counsel, she has saved taxpayers millions of dollars in legal costs.