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Kiana M. Caton

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Overview

Kiana Caton is an Associate in Meyers Nave’s Labor and Employment Law Practice Group. She advises private and public entity clients on a wide range of labor and employment law matters. Kiana’s experience includes research and analysis of questions and claims arising under Title VII, ADEA, Section 1983, and the Unruh Civil Rights Act. With respect to public entities, Kiana has also advised on issues pertaining to the Brown Act and the California Public Records Act.

During her time at UC Davis School of Law (King Hall), Kiana served as an intern for the Employment & Administrative Mandate Section of the California Department of Justice, where she assisted with investigating and litigating employment claims against state agencies. Kiana also served as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Troy L. Nunley at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, researching and proposing legal opinions on a breadth of cases ranging from products liability class actions to prisoners’ rights.

Kiana has long been motivated by a desire to serve the community through mentorship and leadership. In law school, she focused heavily on developing her own abilities in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) while simultaneously using her role as a King Hall Negotiations Team board member to teach other King Hall students about the role and value of ADR in modern legal practice. Kiana also served the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) in various capacities on the local and regional level. Among her accomplishments in the local chapter was her creation of a mentorship program between King Hall BLSA and the UC Davis Black Pre-Law Students Association.

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