Kristina De La Rosa, Attorney, was born and raised in San Diego. She graduated from UC San Diego in 2006 with a B.A. in Psychology, where she was also a 4- year member of the Women’s NCAA intercollegiate soccer team. She received her law degree from Santa Clara Law School in 2011 and was admitted to the California state bar in the same year.
During law school, she interned for the Equal Rights Advocates, the ACLU of Southern California and externed for the Hon. John F. Herlihy (Ret.). She volunteered for the Katherine and George Alexander Community Law Center Workers’ Rights workshops and earned the Witkin Award for Excellence and the Richard S. Rosenberg Prize for Excellence in Labor law. Immediately after passing the bar, she began representing employees in class action wage and hour litigation. She also volunteered for the California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. Ms. De La Rosa remains committed to protecting employee rights and represents employees and consumers in class and collective actions across California, helping them recover millions of dollars in unpaid wages, restitution and penalties. Ms. De La Rosa is a member of CELA.