Washington, DC Civil Rights Lawyers
Prior to joining Bernabei & Kabat, Ms. Sinisi served as the Chief Law Clerk to the Honorable Dan Pellegrini at the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, where she analyzed a variety of employment...
In his campus disciplinary practice, Scott has defended college and graduate students facing suspension or expulsion in student misconduct proceedings. He has also represented the victims in student disciplinary cases. His deep knowledge of federal and state law related to campus judicial systems and procedures ensures that his clients’ rights are protected at...
Ariel frequently represents clients based in Asia, the European Union, and the Middle East. ...
Prior to joining Bernabei & Kabat, Mr. Ellement worked as an attorney for the National Labor Relations Board, Office of General Counsel, where he represented the rights of workers who were discriminated against in violation of federal law. He litigated complex matters in federal courts throughout the country. He argued before the 2nd, 5th, and DC Circuits, and in several district court proceedings.
Before working at the...
Washington Civil Rights Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs
Whitman-Walker Clinic Legal Services Department
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