Savanna Corr


Savanna Corr is an employment litigator with a track record of helping employers achieve efficient, favorable resolutions to a wide range of employment claims, including wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour disputes. By drawing on her knowledge of employment laws and regulations, Savanna is able to devise effective defense strategies, conduct thorough case analyses, and draft compelling motions and briefs. Savanna’s keen eye for detail has resulted in a number of favorable pre-litigation settlements for her clients.  Her primary goal in practice is to protect the interests of the employers she defends through solid advice and counsel on employment laws and the swift resolution of claims.  When faced with litigation, she has proven her capability to handle high-stakes cases in court, including class action and PAGA representative suits, where significant financial damages are at risk.

Prior to law school, Savanna was a Division I pitcher for California State University, Sacramento, where she served as Team Captain and was named the Big Sky Pitcher of the Year in 2019. She also served as President of the Student Athlete Advisory Council, was nominated for NCAA Women of the Year, and was named an All-American Scholar Athlete.

“Employers don’t want to be in court. As a litigator, my goal is to efficiently resolve claims and prevent disputes from arising in the first place.”

"In college, I was a Division I softball pitcher in the Big Sky Conference. It taught me so many things that I bring to the practice of law—operating in a fast-paced environment, competition, sportsmanship, and attention to detail.”


Achieved numerous favorable settlements of claims prior to litigation by laying out thorough and convincing cases, resulting in employers avoiding litigation

Representation of a large, international company with thousands of employees against employment claims

Litigating numerous class action and PAGA cases for employers with hundreds of thousands of dollars and the future success of the companies on the line

Advocated zealously for her clients in multiple successful mediations.

Provided employment law counseling and drafted employee handbooks.

Represented clients in commercial transactions and litigation.

Assisted in a successful motion for summary judgment in a complex commercial lawsuit, as well as obtained a directed verdict after a 3-day jury trial in federal court.



Order of the Coif

Top 10 of her Class

Traynor Honor Society member

Witkin Award recipient for top grade in Business Associations

McGeorge Dean’s list 2021 and 2022

Certified Legal Intern, Public Defender’s Office, Spring 2022

Judicial Extern for the Honorable Chief Judge Ronald H. Sargis, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of California, Fall 2021

Legal Extern, Tax Administration & Procedure Bureau, California Franchise Tax Board, Fall 2020

Professional Associations and Memberships

Member, Women Lawyers of Sacramento

Member, Sacramento County Bar Association

Board member, of SCBA Barristers’ Club