Uliana Kozeychuk advises and represents employers on all aspects of labor and employment law, focusing on harassment, wrongful termination, PAGA, and class action litigation. Uliana counsels construction, manufacturing, and restaurant industry clients on labor and employment law compliance. She has considerable jury and bench trial experience, having successfully tried cases to verdict. Uliana has briefed several appeals, including presenting oral arguments before the California Court of Appeals for the Second District.
Uliana holds two law degrees, the first from Irkutsk State University in Russia. Uliana has been in private practice as a litigator since graduating from Loyola Law School in 2008 in the top 15 percent of her class. While at Loyola, she served both as an executive research editor on the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review and as the Chief Justice of the Scott Moot Court Appellate Advocacy Honors Board after winning the write-on law review and the intramural appellate advocacy competitions.
Prior to law school, Uliana received a paralegal certificate from the UC Irvine Extension Program and worked as a clerk and then as a litigation paralegal at a national law firm.