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National Law Journal Names Tritia Murata a Trailblazer in Litigation

National Law Journal

03 Nov 2020

The National Law Journal has named Tritia Murata a 2020 Trailblazer in Litigation. The recognition highlights legal professionals who have made significant marks on the practice and policy of, and technological advancements in, litigation. While outcomes are a component of those identified as trailblazers, so too are their efforts for leading change.

Co-chair of the firm’s Global Employment & Labor Group, Tritia has extensive class action experience and an impressive track record of successfully defeating class certification in high-exposure wage-and-hour class actions. Tritia is also known to pursue aggressive, effective strategies for winning cases and has notched successes on behalf of leading clients spanning various industries. Outside of the courtroom, she champions diversity and inclusion, both in the firm and in the legal profession. She is a member of Morrison & Foerster’s Women’s Strategy Committee, is a founder and partner sponsor of the L.A. office’s Working Parents Affinity Group, serves on the board of the UCLA Law Women LEAD alumnae network, and sits on the steering committee of the Just the Beginning (JTB) Summer Legal Institute, a pipeline program dedicated to developing and nurturing interest in the law among young persons from socioeconomic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds underrepresented in the legal profession.

You can view Tritia’s profile in the National Law Journal’s Trailblazers: Litigation special 2020 edition.



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