Joan B. LopezAssociate
Joan B. Lopez is an associate with the firm where she concentrates her practice in all areas of complex workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
During her tenure at Northeastern University School of Law, Ms. Lopez represented low-income clients in unemployment and food stamp cases as a 3.03 certified student attorney at the Poverty Law and Practice Clinic. She also served as a Research Assistant to the late Professor Hope Lewis on the intersection between American and International discourse on race. Additionally, Ms. Lopez served as a Judicial Intern to the Honorable Bruce M. Seyla, United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and interned with the Civil Rights Division at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, a management-side labor and employment law firm in Boston, and the Massachusetts Teachers Association. She also served as a volunteer attorney with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
Prior to joining Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP, Ms. Lopez was an associate at a prominent New York City law firm where she handled various types of discrimination and wage and hour related matters.
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D.
Co-Founder & Co-Chair, Interfaith Law Students Association
Member, Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
University of California, Santa Barbara, B.A.
Ridley Tree Foundation Scholar
Recipient, The Professor Thomas F. O’Dea Memorial Award
Recipient, The City Club Prize
Recipient, Academic Excellence Award
Divinity School at Harvard University, MTS
Member, Asian Student Association
Member, HDS Catholics
Ms. Lopez is admitted to practice in New York.
Ms. Lopez is a member of the New York State Bar Association.
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