Sofija Anderson

Adjunct Professor of Law
Areas of Law:

Areas of Law::

Current Courses:
Employment Discrimination

Biography

Professor Anderson, a Shareholder at Littler, represents employers in litigation of labor and employment-related disputes in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies, as well as in the arbitral forum. Experienced in both single plaintiff matters and class actions, her practice includes defending claims of employment discrimination, unlawful harassment, retaliation/whistleblowing, wrongful discharge/violation of public policy, breach of contract, interference with prospective economic/business advantage, unfair business practices, wage and hour violations, fraud, defamation, and privacy violations. Professor Anderson also has extensive experience obtaining workplace violence injunctions on behalf of employers and affected employees.

Aside from litigation, Professor Anderson assists employers of all sizes with customizing and implementing state-of-the-art employment policies and procedures. She also offers compliance counseling and advises employers on a variety of employment and labor-related issues, ranging from employee on-boarding, performance management/discipline, accommodation, contract negotiations and plant closures. She also offers training seminars on a variety of topics.

Professor Anderson earned her law degree from Marquette University Law School (J.D. 2002) and is also a Marquette undergraduate (B.A. 1999).