Beth is an associate at M&H, LLP. Her practice focuses on employment related matters. She offers strategic advice to companies and executives on hiring and terminations, employment practices and compliance, navigating discrimination, harassment, and retaliation investigations, independent contractors, and litigation avoidance. She also assists M&H with corporate matters.
Beth holds a J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude. She was a member of the McAuliffe Honor Society and a Cali award-winner in Legal Research, Writing, & Analysis I & II and Criminal Procedure: Adjudication. Beth was a senior staff member on USF Law Review. She received the Public Interest Law Foundation certificate with honors showing her dedication to service for others. As a part of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinic at USF, Beth represented clients seeking parole at San Quentin and successfully argued for their release. She also holds a B.A. with honors in American Studies from Cumberland University in Tennessee.