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Melissa Greenberg

Melissa Greenberg joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2018.  Melissa earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School.  During law school, she interned for the Equal Justice Center in Austin, Texas, and worked as a law clerk at Altshuler Berzon in San Francisco.  She served as a contributor to OnLabor-a blog which focuses on labor unions, workers, and politics-and as a research assistant at the Harvard Labor and Worklife Program.   Melissa was a supervising article editor on the Journal on Legislation and program co-chair of the Harvard Law School Democrats.

Prior to law school, Melissa worked in the United States House of Representatives as a Policy Associate and Labor Staff Assistant on the Democratic Staff for the House Education and Workforce Committee.  On the committee, Melissa became the lead staffer handling the National Labor Relations Act and the Fair Labor Standards Act.  She also served as an intern in the White House Domestic Policy Council Office of Urban Affairs and Economic Mobility and as a policy analyst on Joe Kennedy's 2012 campaign for Congress. 

Melissa earned her B.A., summa cum laude, from Amherst College, where she majored in History and was awarded the Asa J. Davis Prize for Academic Distinction in the History of Africa and the Black Diaspora.  While at Amherst, Melissa was captain of the Amherst College Women's Ultimate Frisbee Team.

Melissa Greenberg

Associate

tel - 206.285.2828 x6019
fax - 206.378.4132

18 West Mercer Street
Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98119



Admissions
 
Washington State Bar

Education
J.D., Harvard Law School
B.A., History, Amherst College

Professional & Civic Engagement
Member, Washington Employment Lawyers Association

Publications
Co-Author, Idaho Chapter, Wage and Hours Laws: State-by-State Survey, Third Edition, 2018 Cumulative Supplement