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any pronouns | Associate Attorney
Travis Pierre-Louis is a plaintiff-side employment discrimination attorney, where he is fortunate to fulfill his passions: advocating for justice and challenging systemic inequalities in the workplace. Travis also prosecutes civil claims involving sexual violence. His passion for equal justice drove him to pursue a career in the law and continues to motivate him in both his personal and professional life.
Before joining Crumiller, Travis served as an Associate Court Attorney at the New York Supreme Court, Kings County, where he facilitated trials and drafted opinions in various areas of law. Travis is the President of the Board of Directors of Cook Out The Vote, a nonprofit voter access organization that seeks to combine food, community and voting in order to strengthen our democratic process.
Travis received his B.A. from University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, where he worked in the Center for Women, Gender and Sexuality, advocating for victims of gender violence and educating violence prevention and bystander Intervention. Travis received his J.D. from Western New England Law School, where he clerked at several boutique firms, performing commercial litigation. He also volunteered for the home-ownership unit of Legal Services of Greater Miami, where he assisted with foreclosure defense and consumer protection.
Outside of work, Travis enjoys cooking, working, and physical fitness.
Travis can be reached at travis (at) crumiller (dot) com.
Describe what you do at Crumiller:
Travis is the main person on race and medical malpractice cases, and is in charge of our Child Victims Act (CVA) caseload. However, he handles a number of cases across all our practice areas.