Ted Wojcik

Ted is devoted to working on behalf of those harmed by corporate misconduct, and has experience advocating for individuals in several contexts.

Current Role

  • Associate, Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP

Experience

  • Prior to joining Hagens Berman, Ted served as a clerk to U.S. District Judge Mark H. Cohen, and prior to that, for Judge Marjorie Allard in the Alaska Court of Appeals.
  • During law school, Ted interned for the Alaska Public Defender Agency in Palmer, Alaska, and the New Orleans City Attorney’s Office. He also worked as a student attorney in the landlord/tenant and immigration legal services clinics, and was an editor for the Yale Law Journal.
  • Before law school, Ted worked for a year as a high school teacher in the Marshall Islands.

Personal Insight

A Maine native and recent Seattle transplant, Ted is working hard to master the intricacies of composting and to remember that the ocean lies to the west now, not the east.