About 

THEANNE LIU SVEDMAN is an associate at Outten & Golden LLP and a member of the firm’s Class & Collective Action Practice Group. She represents employees in a wide range of class action discrimination cases and wage and hour lawsuits. 

Prior to joining the firm in 2021, Ms. Liu Svedman was a litigation fellow at AARP Foundation, working on litigation and amicus briefs on behalf of low-income older adults. During law school, Ms. Liu Svedman worked as a law clerk at Outten & Golden LLP and interned with Missouri Jobs with Justice, the Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing & Opportunity Council, ArchCity Defenders, and the ACLU of Texas.

Ms. Liu Svedman received her B.A. from Northwestern University, cum laude in 2016, her M.S.W. from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis in 2020, and her J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law in 2020. Ms. Liu Svedman served as a research assistant to Professor Pauline Kim, conducting research on developments in employment law and the impact of artificial intelligence and algorithms on employment discrimination and employee privacy. Ms. Liu Svedman also served as an associate articles editor of Washington University Jurisprudence Review.

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Bar Admission and Professional Activity

Theanne Liu Svedman is admitted to the state bar of New York and the District of Columbia Bar.

Federal courts:

  • The United States District Courts for the Southern District of New York and the Eastern District of New York

Bar association memberships:

  • Member, National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA)
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, People’s Parity Project, D.C. Lawyers Chapter

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Ethnic Studies as Antisubordination Education: A Critical Race Theory Approach to Employment Discrimination Remedies

Theanne Liu, Ethnic Studies as Antisubordination Education: A Critical Race Theory Approach to Employment Discrimination Remedies, 11 Wash. U. Jur. Rev. 165 (2019).

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