Federal, state, and local law protect workers from discrimination by employers based on a variety of factors, such as race and gender, as well as personal circumstances such as disabilities, pregnancy, and the unexpected need to provide care for family members. Discrimination can take the form of withholding of job offers to applicants, unjustified termination of current employees, or harassment in the workplace. When employers consistently pay workers with the same level of education and experience different salaries for performing the same job duties, discrimination may be the reason wh
Blog Archive: September 2019
1. What made you become a lawyer?
I started out in college as an education major, thinking that I wanted to teach and eventually become a professor. I did not enjoy my education classes at all, and by chance I took a legal writing class as an elective. It focused on persuasive writing, and I found that I really enjoyed it. That planted a seed, and got me to start looking into law school. I ended up working for a year after college before going to law school, and that solidified the decision for me.
2. What is it like being a woman in a male dominated field?