Kendall C. Fisher-Wu


Employment Law



University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D., 2018, with great distinction

San Francisco State University, B.A., Psychology, 2014, cum laude

Bar Admissions


United States District Court for the Eastern District of California

United States District Court for the Northern District of California

United States District Court for the Central District of California

United States District Court for the District of Colorado


What’s That Ringing Sound? Court of Appeal Holds Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Can Constitute a “Physical Disability” Under FEHA

CCPA Blog Series: Post No. 4 We Barely Got to Know You: How Prop 24 Changed the CCPA

COVID-19 and the CCPA: The Privacy Implications of Temperature Checks

Kim v. Reins: Another PAGA Wrench Thrown Into the Settlement Finish Line for Employers

CCPA Blog Series: Post No. 2—Consumer Rights Under the CCPA

CCPA Blog Series: Post No. 1—Introducing the CCPA

Good For the Goose and Gander: Is California’s Ban on Non-Competes Limited to Employment Contracts?

Mid-Year Update on 2021 Employment Bills Pending in the California Legislature

CCPA Update – Compliance Statistics After One Year of Enforcement and the AG’s “Consumer Privacy Tool”

Kendall C. Fisher-Wu

Kendall C. Fisher-Wu


Kendall’s passion for employment law began when she worked as a supervisor for the world’s largest coffee shop chain for three years where she developed a keen interest in the company’s employment policies and procedures. Therefore, after graduating from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, she chose to focus her practice exclusively on employment law. Kendall’s focus is on defending employers in litigation, as well as advising clients on all areas of employment compliance and matters related to the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). Kendall has experience defending clients against claims of wage and hour violations (both class actions and single plaintiff matters), wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Kendall has appeared before federal and state courts as well as the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement.

“I was drawn to employment law because I enjoy learning the inner workings of businesses so I can help them grow and be successful. I’ve seen many unwarranted lawsuits, and I like finding solutions that save everybody’s time and money.”

I’ve gotten a lot of enjoyment from adopting shelter dogs. My chihuahua mix, which I adopted from a local shelter in Elk Grove, goes everywhere around the neighborhood with me and loves exploring along the Sacramento River. I encourage everyone to adopt shelter dogs.


Honors and Awards

Judicial Extern, Judge Morrison C. England, Jr., United States District Court for the Eastern District of California

Order of the Coif

Traynor Society

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society

Outstanding Graduating Senior Award

McGeorge Dean’s List, 2016, 2017, and 2018

Editor-in-Chief, The University of the Pacific Law Review, Vol. 49

Witkin Awards for Academic Excellence for the Highest Grade in Property, Criminal Law, Statutes & Regulations, Global Lawyering Skills I (legal research and writing), Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure, and Professional Responsibility

Dean’s Commendation for Highest Grade in Marijuana Law Seminar

Professional Associations and Memberships

Board Member, Women Lawyers of Sacramento

Member, Sacramento County Bar Association

Pro Bono Committee Member, Sacramento County Bar Association

Member, Sacramento County Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section