Cole Waldhauser delivers effective counsel to businesses across a variety of disciplines on matters related to commercial litigation, including contract disputes and consumer class actions. Cole also has experience in securities enforcement and government defense. He has appeared in court and arbitration proceedings where he has directed and cross-examined witnesses and prepared case strategy.
During law school, Cole worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable John A. Kronstadt for the Central District of California and as a research assistant to Professor Noah Zatz. He also worked for UCLA Law’s Community Economic Development Clinic where he advanced key policy positions for a coalitional client.
Before beginning his legal career, Cole was a paralegal at a firm in Minneapolis. He also served as an intern for the office of Governor Mark Dayton in Minnesota.
Presentations and Publications
- “Unprecedented Precedent: The Case Against Unreasoned “Shadow Docket” Precedent,” 37 Const. Comment. (forthcoming 2022)
- “Toward an Inclusive Unemployment Insurance Fund: Reimagining Income Replacement in California,” 36 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 431 (2022)