Hoang “Henry” Pham is an employment lawyer and general litigator. Henry is a member of the California Employment Lawyer’s Association. Henry earned his law degree from the Loyola University School of Law and his B.A. from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Henry practiced employment law and general litigation with two firms before forming his own office. Henry has represented clients in general litigation including employment law, construction defect, and insurance disputes. Henry clerked with the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office where he conducted numerous criminal preliminary hearings. Henry also clerked with the Los Angeles Public Defender’s office. He served on Loyola Law School’s Entertainment Law Review where he was a published author.
Prior to attending law school, Henry worked in Los Angeles and New York as a software engineer coding in C++.
Read Henry’s law review article on workplace privacy: Bloggers and the Workplace: The Search for a Legal Solution to the Conflict Between Employee Blogging and Employers, Loyola Entertainment Law Review, 2006.