Suzanna Bobadilla joined Katz Banks Kumin in September 2023 as a Litigation Fellow.
Ms. Bobadilla received her J.D. from Harvard Law School in 2023. She served as the President of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, a student-run legal services office. There, she also was a student attorney with the Bureau’s wage and hour practice where she represented low-wage Latinx workers experiencing wage theft. Throughout law school, Ms. Bobadilla worked as a law clerk for the National Domestic Workers’ Alliance. She spent her summers at a civil rights law firm and A Better Balance. She was the 2023 recipient of the Roger Fisher Prize for the best student paper on negotiation, mediation, or dispute resolution. Upon her graduation, Ms. Bobadilla completed more than 1,600 pro bono hours.
Prior to law school, Ms. Bobadilla worked at Google’s Bay Area offices for more than six years. She held roles in their social impact marketing and corporate philanthropy departments. Ms. Bobadilla was an avid advocate for diversity and inclusion within Google, serving as a central board member of Google’s global Latinx employee resource group and other DEI committees. Shortly after graduating from Harvard College, Ms. Bobadilla joined Know Your IX as an organizer and later as a board member. She is originally from Montgomery County, Maryland and is a proud MCPS alumna.
Ms. Bobadilla’s application to the Maryland bar is currently pending.