Biography

Liku handles a variety of labor and employment matters where she represents employers in matters related to discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, retaliation and other claims. Liku also counsels clients on compliance with various federal, state and local employment laws. Additionally, Liku drafts and reviews employer handbooks and policies to ensure legal compliance.

Liku has developed an expertise in guiding employers and entrepreneurs around the restrictions and regulations surrounding reopening efforts related to COVID-19, including interpreting federal, state and local guidance for various industries. Liku is the San Francisco office lead for the firm’s Black Community Outreach program, providing pro bono services to businesses impacted by the ever-changing COVID-19 regulations.

Liku is an avid speaker and has presented regarding employee social media conduct and disciplinary action as well as participated in firm-hosted webinars.

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to joining Fox, Liku was an associate at a San Francisco-based law firm where she represented clients in a wide range of civil and commercial litigation, including representing insurers in various coverage and liability matters. Liku was also a law clerk for the San Francisco Public Defender's Office.

During law school, Liku worked as a law clerk for the Criminal Division of the California Office of the Attorney General, was a summer law clerk at a San Diego-based law firm and a certified law student for the Trademark Clinic of the Thomas Jefferson Small Business Law Center in San Diego. In 2017, Liku served as Editor-in-Chief of the Thomas Jefferson Law Review and has published articles in the Southern University Law Review and, more recently, in the Harvard Journal of African American Policy.

In August 2019, Liku founded Tryblyfe, a networking-based, community organization to connect Black women across various professions who seek to be a resource to one another.