Traci M. HindenMs. Hinden grew up in a family of lawyers and advocates for the "Davids" of the world. Her father's firm, The Law Offices of Hinden and Breslavsky, represents injured workers in Southern California, so it was only natural that she would follow in his footsteps of helping workers. Her practice however is focused on civil rights matters- employment and housing, personal injury claims and the representation of medical providers in workers compensation.

Ms. Hinden has been inspired to help the underdogs of the world and believes in the amazing scholars who are quoted throughout this site. Others that have inspired her include: Anita Hill, who's words of: “I did what my conscience told me to do, and you can't fail if you do that”, and "It would have been more comfortable to remain silent". Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg's words of: "The First Amendment requires us to be vigilant in making these judgments, to guard against undue hindrances to political conversations and the exchange of ideas", and the words of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor who's words of: "We don't accomplish anything in this world alone... and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one's life and all the weavings of individual threads form one to another that creates something..." and "Society as a whole benefits immeasurably from a climate in which all persons, regardless of race or gender, may have the opportunity to earn respect, responsibility, advancement and remuneration based on ability."

These words played a huge part in not only Ms. Hinden's desire to help those that she does, but to open her own practice in 2007 to fight for the injustices and help restore a little balance for the little guy/gal.

Traci Hinden's Curriculum Vitae


  • Admitted to the California State Bar: Number 239403
  • Admitted to U.S. Central District of California
  • Admitted to U.S. Northern District of California
  • Member of the San Francisco Bar Association
  • Member of San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association
  • Member and Committee Chair and participant of California Employement Lawyers Association
  • Member and Committee Participant of California Applicant Attorneys Association
  • Selected to Northern California Superlawyers Rising Stars 2009
  • Selected to Northern California Superlawyers Rising Stars 2010
  • Selected to Northern California Superlawyers Rising Stars 2012
  • Selected to Northern California Superlawyers Rising Stars 2013
  • Selected to Northern California Superlawyers Rising Stars 2014
  • Selected to Northern California Superlawyers Rising Stars 2015
  • Certified Mediator (Ron Kelly's Course Presented by the Bar Association of San Francisco and Co-Sponsored by the Alameda, Contra Costa and San Mateo County Bar Associations, and the ADR Sections of Marin and Sonoma County Bar Associations)
  • Superlawyers selected Traci Hinden for inclusion on the December 2014 Top Women Attorneys in Northern California
  • SEEDS Advanced Mediation Course


Traci M. Hinden

Speaking Engagements





  • Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, California
    Juris Doctorate
  • Occidental College, Los Angeles, California
    Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy


  • The Law Offices of Traci M. Hinden, San Francisco, California
    March 2007- Present
  • Dietz, Gilmor & Associates, San Francisco, California
    August 2006- March 2007
  • Law Offices Of Hinden, Rondeau and Breslavsky, Los Angeles, California
    August 2005- August 2006
  • Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office
    Law Clerk
  • Southwestern University School of Law
    Teaching Assistant to Professor Jeffrey Lenkov for Sports Law
  • Isaacman, Kaufman and Painter, P.C., Beverly Hills, California
    Law Clerk under Steven R. Lowy, Esq