Michael Jacob is an associate attorney with Kesluk & Silverstein. Michael represents individuals involved in all aspects of employment litigation, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination and wage and hour class actions.
Michael graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, specializing in Global Business. Michael received his law degree from the Washington College of Law at American University. At the Washington College of Law, Michael worked as a student attorney in the International Human Rights Clinic, where his clients included individuals seeking refugee status in the U.S. and workers petitioning for labor rights and union democracy along the U.S./Mexico border. During law school, Michael also was named a Marshall-Brennan Fellow, worked as a student teacher of Constitutional Literacy and coached his student participants to the finals of the National High School Moot Court competition.
Prior to joining Kesluk & Silverstein, Michael worked as a law clerk for the Assistant General Counsel of the United States Agency for International Development, Latin American and Caribbean Affairs Division, as well as for the Law Library of Congress.
Michael is admitted to practice before the California State Courts and the Central District of the United States District Court. He is a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association and the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles.