Desireé Langley is an Associate at Jackson Lewis P.C. where she represents and defends employers in a variety of workplace litigation matters. She is passionate about working with clients to prevent claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other claims.
Previously, Desireé worked as an Associate at Mehri and Skalet, PLLC, a civil rights firm in D.C. where she represented individual and putative classes of employees and brought lawsuits under Title VII, the ADA, the FCA, and consumer protection laws.
Desireé has experience conducting racial equity and employee relations audits and investigations.
After graduating from George Mason University School of Law, she served as a Litigation Fellow with the ACLU-National Prison Project and as an Assistant Pubic Defender in Maryland.
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