Kimberly M. Jansen

San Diego Office
(858) 646-0007
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If I Wasn't A Lawyer, I’d Be: A teacher

Favorite Team: San Francisco Giants

Extensive Travel To Foreign Countries

Best Advice: "It is senseless to blame others or your environment for your miseries. Change begins from the moment you muster the courage to act."

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About Kimberly

In her counsel to California employers, Kimberly M. Jansen advises in a variety of disputes involving unpaid wage claims, claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination.

Jansen's background includes working with employers in such industries as restaurants, food and beverages, consumer goods and retail, and media.  She enjoys advocating on behalf of corporate clients facing single plaintiff and class action litigation.  Jansen builds upon her role as a trusted counselor and troubleshooter for clients when specific instances arise in the area of employee discipline, payment of wages, accommodation of disability, executive compensation and agreements, and protected leave issues.  Jansen uses these aggregate experiences to inform her drafting and revising of employee handbooks for her clients.

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American University, Washington College of Law, J.D., May 2005

  • Law Clerk to Judge Rufus G. King III, Presiding Judge, D.C. Superior Court, Fall 2004-May 2005

University California, San Diego, 2001


"2020 Updates for California Employee Handbooks," PIHRA 2020 Legal Update, January 2020

Professional Affiliations/Leadership/Awards

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Member, 2006 - present

  • Associates Advisory Board, Vice Chair, 2009 - 2011
  • Chair, Associates Advisory Board, 2012

Listed, Super Lawyers Southern California Rising Star, 2013 - 2016

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