Andrea M. Price
Andrea Price is a partner in the law firm Langenkamp Curtis & Price. Ms. Price practices labor and employment law on behalf of unions and employees, and specializes in plaintiff-side labor, employment and education law. She also represents professionals facing disciplinary investigations and proceedings before state boards and agencies. Ms. Price is trained in how to conduct neutral workplace investigations for employers, and she has investigated varied workplace complaints, including sexual harassment, whistleblower, and retaliation allegations. She represents employees in a wide range of employment issues, including in discipline, dismissal, and layoff actions, as well as before private arbitrators, the California State Office of Administrative Hearings and the Superior Courts of numerous counties. She has also represented private employees in gender discrimination and pregnancy discrimination suits. Ms. Price is a California Teachers Association Group Legal Services Attorney, and has defended teachers in layoff, tenure and discipline matters and has enforced the Education Code rights of faculty and teachers in a variety of settings.
Ms. Price obtained her undergraduate degree from University of California at Berkeley in 1999. She is a 2003 graduate of the King Hall School of Law, University of California at Davis where she was on the Mock Trial Honors Board and worked as a King Hall Outreach Program mentor.
Ms. Price was admitted to practice in California in December, 2003, and is admitted to practice law in the State of California and before the California Federal District Court of the Eastern District of California.
As a California Teachers Association Group Legal Services Attorney, Ms. Price performs training sessions throughout Northern California for teachers on a variety of legal issues, including on Education Code rights, sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation.
Ms. Price is a member of the California Bar Association Labor and Employment Chapter, the Sacramento County Bar Association Labor and Employment Chapter, Women Lawyers of Sacramento, and the Asian Pacific Bar Association of Sacramento (ABAS).
Ms. Price represents children pro bono through the nonprofit KIND (Kids in Need of Defense).