Sue has been practicing law for 25 years. After spending several years as a prosecutor and working with various nonprofit causes close to her heart, she entered private practice in 2001. Over the course of the last 17 years she has handled a wide variety of cases, arising out of contract disputes, personal injuries, premises liability claims, and domestic assault situations. For the past 10 years, she has focused primarily on employment issues, working on behalf of both individuals and businesses large and small on sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, whistleblower, medical leave and wage cases.
Sue is especially passionate about preventing sexual harassment and sexual assault in the workplace, and she is well-versed in this area. She has been on both sides of sexual harassment cases in the courtroom. She has also conducted in-house sexual harassment investigations for large employers, and she has presented employee training sessions on sexual harassment in the workplace. Sue is a member of the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund administered by the National Women's Law Center.
Sue graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 1994, after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. While in college, Sue was certified as a rape crisis counselor and worked with victims in the emergency room at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. She also worked as a counselor and court advocate for crime victims and their families. After law school, Sue was certified as a domestic violence crisis counselor and worked with CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for children while she served as a law clerk in the New Jersey Superior Court.
Sue began her legal career as a prosecutor in Delaware County, PA, just outside of Philadelphia. As a member of the Special Victims Unit, she focused on domestic violence and sexual assault prosecutions, and she was the designated prosecutor for one of thirty Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces in the United States. After that, Sue joined the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children where she worked with federal, state and local law enforcement on sex crime investigations, strengthening state and federal laws, and advocating for those who needed a voice in the criminal justice system.
Sue is a member of the Nashville Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Association, and the National Employment Lawyers Association.
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