India Lin Bodien, Esq.
Since starting her law firm in 2013, India has represented over 50,000 workers in Washington State in class action wage and hour cases, as co-counsel and co-lead counsel, and has served as co-counsel on over 15 individual and multi-plaintiff sexual harassment cases in Washington, California, and Texas.
India graduated from the University of Akron School of Law with a Certificate in Intellectual Property Law in Sports, Media, and Entertainment. She earned honors in Entertainment Law, International Human Rights, and Copyright Law.
Prior to starting her wage and hour class action practice, India interned for the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), assisted non-profit Destination Justice with the ECCC's legacy handbook, and took over 100 SSI/SSDI cases to administrative hearing.
For the past 5 years, India has focused her practice on class action wage and hour cases and multiplaintiff sexual harassment cases, and is honored to use her varied experience to assist Washington workers get paid and to protect their rights.
"We fight to get workers paid and for workers' rights!"
Jordan Murray joined the firm as a paralegal in May 2019. In 2015, Jordan graduated from the University of Washington, Seattle with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with minors in Law, Societies, and Justice and History. During college,
Jordan volunteered at Catholic Community Service’s Center for Legal Studies where she worked as an intake specialist. Shortly after graduating, Jordan became a licensed real estate broker and has independently owned and operated her own real estate business for the past four years. Jordan received her Paralegal Certificate from the University of Arizona in April 2019 and feels privileged to be able to assist workers and fight for their rights.
Legal Assistant / Intake Clerk
Riley joined the firm as a legal assistant / intake clerk in June 2020. He graduated summa cum laude from Pacific Lutheran University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Hispanic Studies, with a minor in Nonprofit Leadership. Throughout college, Riley was involved in various political advocacy projects, such as voter registration efforts and advocating for increased grant funding for low-income students in Washington. Riley is excited to bring his advocacy experience to this position in order to fight for workers' rights and help bring justice. Riley speaks both Spanish and English.