Bailey A. McCabe

Associate | Sacramento

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bmccabe@lozanosmith.com
Tel: 916.329.7433
Fax: 916.329.9050
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Overview

Bailey A. McCabe is an Associate in Lozano Smith's Sacramento office. She assists school districts and other public agencies with issues related to labor and employment, students and special education.

Experience

Ms. McCabe supports clients through a variety of labor and employment issues, including drafting memoranda, reviewing documents for Public Records Act requests, preparing motions for the Office of Administrative Hearings, and preparing position statements against unfair labor practice charges and EEOC discrimination complaints. She frequently guides clients through the employee discipline and termination processes, helps conducts investigations, and reviews contracts.

Education

Ms. McCabe earned her J.D. from the University of California, Davis, School of Law, where she was the Senior Symposium Editor of the UC Davis Law Review, a Research Editor for the UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy, and the Vice President of the UC Davis LAMBDA. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
During Law School, she externed for Justice Harry E. Hull Jr. of the California Court of Appeal Third Appellate District, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Office of Enforcement

Ninth Circuit Upholds Decision To Expel Student For Creating A “Hit List” And Solidifies Standard For Student Discipline For Off-Campus Expression.

By: Sarah GarciaBailey McCabe-

June 2019Number 30Confirming a point which seems to make good sense, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has held that school officials may discipline students for the student's off-campus expression, where the expression constitutes a credible, identifiable threat to others in the school community, even if the student did not intend to communicate such speech to any third party.BackgroundIn McNeil v. Sherwood School District 88J, the personal journal of a sophomore high school student, CLM, w...