Jake Krall is an Associate Attorney at Chaleff Rehwald. Jake’s practice includes employment cases involving discrimination and harassment because of national origin, race, sex, orientation and disabilities. He also advocates on behalf of employees who have been denied wages and other benefits or terminated in violation of public policy.
Jake received his bachelor’s degree in American Literature & Culture from UCLA, where he was a student in the College Honors Program. He graduated cum laude and was awarded membership in Phi Beta Kappa. He received his law degree from the University of Washington.
Jake’s commitment to employee rights is an outgrowth of his background in public service and public interest law. He interned at a variety of public interest organizations throughout college, and during law school he was an extern at the Washington Attorney General’s Office and at the Office of the U.S. Trustee at the Department of Justice. Jake also provided legal assistance to troubled teens through his participation in Street Youth Legal Advocates of Washington.
Prior to joining Chaleff Rehwald, Jake was a post-bar clerk with the Major Crimes Division of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office and an attorney at a Los Angeles employment firm.
Outside of his practice, Jake enjoys playing softball and golf. He is an avid baseball fan and can always be found rooting for the Angels.