McKenzee D. McCammack, Attorney


McKenzee McCammack is an associate in Callahan, Thompson, Sherman & Caudill’s Orange County office and works in the firm’s Labor and Employment department.  Ms. McCammack focuses her practice on business litigation and employment matters in the San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles and Orange counties. 

Ms. McCammack has a degree in Political Science from Loyola Marymount University, where she completed a Comparative Politics program at Oxford University in England.  Throughout college, Ms. McCammack was employed as a receptionist at a salon and worked her way up to the position of server at various local restaurants, which would later inspire her to focus on these industries as an attorney.

After college, Ms. McCammack received her Juris Doctor from Western State University College of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude and 5th in her class. As a law student, Ms. McCammack published an article titled “PAGA is the New Qui Tam: Changing the Landscape of Employment Law in California.”  Although this area of law is constantly changing, Ms. McCammack’s article is one of the leading publications in a developing area of employment law. 

As an attorney, Ms. McCammack has dedicated her practice on all aspects of employment law, including claims of sexual harassment, gender discrimination, race discrimination, disability discrimination, and wage and hour with an emphasis on claims against restaurants, automobile dealerships, and hair salons.  Ms. McCammack’s practice involves litigating lawsuits in court as well as counseling and advising clients on a variety of legal issues.

J.D., Western State University, College of Law, magna cum laude

B.A.,Political Science, Loyola Marymount University
California State Bar (2016) 
PAGA is the New Qui Tam: Changing the Landscape of Employment Law in California, 43 W. St. U. L. Rev. 199 (2015-2016)
The California Fair Pay Act: Discussing Why We Have To Keep Discussing Equal Pay for Women in 2017
Orange County Bar Association; OCBA Young Lawyer’s Division; OCBA Labor and Employment Division; Orange County Women Lawyer’s Association; Banyard Inn of Court