Human Resources

Mission Statement

We support the goals and challenges of the law school by providing services which promote a work environment that is characterized by fair treatment, open communication, personal accountability, trust and mutual respect.  We are committed to meeting Berkeley Law’s needs by partnering with Central Human Resources, Academic Personnel and Campus Shared Services (CSS) to provide the highest level of responsive and confidential Human Resource services, information, and expertise.  Through these efforts we seek to enable and inspire all employees to achieve their fullest potential.

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Annual Merit Increases for Non-Represented Staff

Merit increases will be awarded retroactively to July 1, 2017 for monthly paid employees and June 18, 2017 for bi-weekly paid employees.

Employees paid monthly will see the merit increase in their paycheck on 11/1/17 and those on a bi-weekly schedule will see the merit increase in their 10/18/17 paycheck. Both monthly paid and bi-weekly paid employees will receive retroactive payments on their 11/1/17 paycheck.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our CSS HR Business Partner, Shamika Jones at shamika.jones@berkeley.edu.

UC Fair Wage/Fair Work Plan

Effective on October 1, 2017, Central Human Resources will implement the UC Fair Wage/Fair Work Plan rate of $15.00/hour for all eligible UC Berkeley employees. To view the eligibility criteria and implementation  for UC Fair Wage/Fair Work plan, please read our Frequently Asked Questions page.

October 1, 2017 Wage Increases

Student Workers

The Berkeley campus will increase the minimum wage for all Student (Casual/Restricted) jobs to $13.75/hour effective October 1, 2017 to be in alignment with the upcoming minimum wage increase implemented by the City of Berkeley. This minimum wage implementation primarily affects our Student Assistants.

All impacted biweekly paid employees will see this change on their October 18 paycheck. For additional information regarding Student Assistant wage rates, please read the Student Assistant Wage rates page.

GSIs / GRS / Tutors

Pursuant to the terms of their contract, the Academic Student Employee (ASE) salary scales have been increased by 3% effective 10/1/17. The salary scales for GSRs have also been increased by 3% effective 10/1/17.

The updated salary rates will be processed automatically by the Academic Personnel Office (APO) and Campus Shared Services (CSS). You can find more information here.

Featured Training

Managers & Supervisors

Log on to UC Learning Center and Lynda.com for a complete list of classes and to register.

All Staff

Log on to UC Learning Center and Lynda.com for a complete list of classes and to register.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Below is an alphabetical listing of Berkeley Law Human Resources staff.

Name Title Email Phone
Anhara Alexander Recruitment and Transition Services Analyst aalexander@law.berkeley.edu 510-642-4793
Katie Cisco Academic HR Analyst  kcallahan@berkeley.edu 510-664-9116
David Lopez Academic HR Analyst dalopez@.berkeley.edu 510-643-3056
Trisha Milazzo Senior HR Analyst tmilazzo@law.berkeley.edu 510-642-1979
Sheri Showalter Director of Human Resources sshowalter@law.berkeley.edu 510-642-1155
Stephanie Tang Senior Academic HR Analyst stang@law.berkeley.edu 510-643-9544

For more information, visit the UC Berkeley Human Resources website.

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In partnership with Campus Shared Services, the Berkeley Law HR Team is working to make HR processes Easier, Better, and Faster.

Click here to visit the CSS web page and learn more about the services they offer.