We’ve assembled a bunch of useful information on your legal rights, WFH tips, and other practical information.
Crumiller P.C. is a feminist litigation firm dedicated to fighting discrimination in the workplace and beyond. We represent employees in all matters; represent victims of sexual assault and harassment; and represent women and nonbinary patients who have experienced discrimination in medical treatment. Our firm is growing and has a number of short-term and longer-term opportunities available. The most important thing is that you are nice, and secondly, that you are sharp. We like to think and move fast, and we need people who can keep up. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are paramount. We go overboard to keep clients in the loop, and we are a positive, collaborative team. The firm’s Founding Attorney is a proud feminist, progressive, working mom, and our work is driven by our passion. If you can’t get on board with that, then we probably won’t be a good fit. Summer Internship Applicants should be pursuing a field of study related in some way to social justice. This opportunity will expose the Intern to all the facets of a boutique law firm including: General administrative tasks (scanning, filing, shredding) Redacting, organizing, and processing documents Social media posts Legislative research and creating materials Assisting with fielding prospective clients You will not be the coffee and lunch runner – you will be actively working in support of each department, aiding in the firm’s social justice mission. For those unable to procure credit, a modest stipend is available. Associate Attorney Crumiller P.C. is hiring a full-time associate attorney with one-
Webinar with guest Jacob Korder discussing unemployment as relates to the Covid-19 pandemic. Recorded April 7, 2020.
Webinar discussing issues and opportunities specific to small business owners during the Covid-19 pandemic. Recorded April 3, 2020.
Webinar discussing employment law and the effect of the ongoing adjustments as the response to Covid-19 evolves. Recorded March 31, 2020.
Throughout the month of March, we recognized a series of remarkable women and organizations.
Yesterday, Susan lead a free webinar on the basics of workplace discrimination for Savvy Ladies – a local non-profit providing personal finance education and resources for women. You can watch the webinar on Savvy Ladies’ blog.
For Thanksgiving this year, we all came together to share some of the things we are thankful for every day.