Sandra Benyamin’s practice includes representing Labor and Employment clients in litigation and investigations. She also counsels employers on drafting policies and procedures, implementing best practices regarding hiring, counseling, disciplining, and separation of employees, employee benefits, leave, and compensation, labor relations, and other matters. In addition to her Labor and Employment practice, Sandra represents companies in commercial litigation and business disputes, and assists financial institutions with asset management and commercial disputes.
Sandra was a McGlinchey Stafford Summer Associate and Diversity Fellow for two consecutive summers during Law School. She gained experience in the intersection of healthcare and law, having interned at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. Sandra interned for the Hon. Tony M. Davis, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge. She also participated in UT Law’s “Pro Bono in January” program with Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, where she worked with low-income homeowners on property issues and helped immigrant survivors of crime to apply for legal status in the United States. She completed undergraduate research related to family and cultural contexts impacting the development of immigrant children, and has volunteered as a Big Sister with Big Brother Big Sister in Austin since 2014.