Robert Salinas graduated Boalt Hall (Berkeley) School of law in 1996. He specializes in representing employees in employment litigation matters such as wage & hour violations (failure to pay overtime, failure to provide meal/rest periods, etc.), wrongful termination, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, race discrimination, gender discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, race and national origin harassment, sexual orientation discrimination, age discrimination and disability discrimination/failure to make reasonable accommodation.
Mr. Salinas also represents tenants in housing litigation matters such as wrongful eviction, race discrimination, gender discrimination, sexual harassment and discrimination against families with children. He volunteers for the employment law clinics at La Raza Centro Legal in San Francisco and Centro Legal in Oakland. In June 2004, Mr. Salinas was honored by La Raza Centro Legal for his dedication and service providing pro bono legal help to low-wage workers. He also participates in the Alameda County Bench Bar Speakers program and recently completed approximately seven (7) years of service on the Alameda County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service Governing Committee.