Maki Daijogo has exclusively practiced employment and labor law since
1993. She focuses on advising and counseling employers on workplace issues.
Maki represents employers in state and federal administrative actions (e.g.,
DOL, EEOC, DFEH, EDD, California Labor Commissioner), and guides employers
through government audits and all varieties of thorny employment situations.
Prior to devoting her practice to counseling, Maki litigated employment actions
in state and federal court. Her clients include local, national, and
Maki provides pro bono legal services to the Center for Domestic Peace, Marin
Abused Women’s Services, and has sat on the CDP/MAWS board for two years. Maki
has been on the Board of Directors of the California Minority Counsel Program
(CMCP) since 2004, and co-chaired the Board in 2009.
CMCP is pleased to select Maki Daijogo for this award for her dedication,
support and encouragement. A true connector, Maki is always there, meeting and
introducing people, and as a CMCP board member, she goes the extra mile with a
can-and-will-do attitude, promoting the organization at every turn!