Carlie Stewart is an Associate in our Long Beach office and a member of the firm’s Labor, Employment, and Personnel practice group. She works with school districts statewide, providing counsel and advising on all matters involving labor and employment, including discrimination, harassment, workplace investigations, and employee discipline. Carlie regularly works with the Brown Act, Public Records Act, and Title IX.
In addition to her public sector experience, Carlie has a background in representing private universities, Fortune 500 companies, and professional sports leagues in labor, employment, intellectual property, and business matters. She also has experience with collective bargaining, negotiation, arbitration, and mediation.
Before joining the Firm, Carlie was the first woman to graduate from USC’s rigorous J.D./MBA. dual degree program. While at USC, she served as Managing Editor of Spotlight Entertainment Law Journal, Founder and President of the Native American Law and Law Students Association, and President of Law Students for Better Health. Carlie also had the prestigious honor of being a Saks Institute Scholar, Town and Gown Scholar, and Google Legal Summer Institute Scholar.