Michael Juarez-Munoz is

Michael Juarez-Munoz, Esq.

Michael Juarez-Munoz is a dedicated Employment and Tenant’s Rights attorney committed to
championing the rights of those who have suffered harm at the hands of their employer and

Michael is a graduate of the University of California, Davis, where he was a member of the Phi
Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. He continued his academic endeavor at Southwestern Law School,
where he earned his Juris Doctor and was Vice President of the Labor and Employment Law
Association, Community Relation Chair of the Latino Law Student Association, and a Peer
Mentor for the incoming class of law students. Michael was also admitted to the Negotiation
Honor’s Program (NHP) where he homed in his negotiation skills.
While attending law school, he was accepted to Bet Tzedek’s Summer for Justice Clerkship
Program assisting low-income individuals with tax disputes, where he obtained authorization
through the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) to represent taxpayers before any IRS functions or

Once the clerkship ended, he volunteered at Bet Tzedek’s Employment Right’s Clinic for two
years assisting employees in their wage and hour disputes against their employer.
Michael’s volunteer experience assisting employees fight back against their employer, and
specialized courses in employment law while attending law school help him pursue justice for
those facing labor code violations and other employment injustices.
Prior to law school, Michael worked at a landlord tenant firm for four years specializing in
representing tenants against their landlord for various housing conditions, including lead
poisoning, vermin, mold, water leaks, and other uninhabitable conditions.
He takes the concerns of his clients to heart and that they receive protections to which they are
afforded under the law and zealously advocates for them.

Area of Practice

  • Wage and hour
  • FEHA (harassment, discrimination, retaliation)
  • Wrongful termination
  • Class Action/PAGA
  • Landlord/Tenant Housing Conditions
  • Lead Poisoning


  • University of California, Davis: B.A. Political Science, Minor in English
  • Southwestern Law School, Juris Doctor
  • Witkin Award for Academic Excellence
  • Negotiation Honor’s Program
  • Court Admissions

California State Bar

  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of California

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