Labor Compliance / Prevailing Wage
Jaqueline Orozco practices in the area of public works construction, including enforcement of prevailing wage actions, project labor agreements and stop payment notices. Jaqueline also represents K-12 schools, community colleges and universities in employment actions. In addition, Jaqueline has experience with requests under Public Records Act.
Jaqueline attended the University of Iowa College of Law, where she served on the editorial board of the Journal of Gender, Race & Justice. As a law student, she was selected as a clerk for the California Department of Justice in the Employment, Regulation and Administration Section where she worked on employment discrimination cases. Jaqueline also served as a law clerk for the City of Los Angeles – Office of the City Attorney.
Prior to her legal career, she worked for the LAUSD School Board where she managed school and community relations surrounding education reform policies and new school construction projects. Jaqueline also worked at Ford Motor Company where she coordinated philanthropic contributions and public relations.
Jaqueline is a native of Los Angeles who grew up in Watts and graduated from David Starr Jordan High. She completed her undergraduate studies at Yale University. Jaqueline took part in the Southern California Leadership Network – New American Leadership Fellowship Class of 2014 and the Empowerment Congress Leadership Institute Class of 2015.
Jaqueline is a Commissioner on the City of Los Angeles, South Los Angeles Area Planning Commission and sits on the Board of Directors for the Latina Lawyers Bar Association.