BGL proudly announces that eleven of its attorneys have been included in Lawdragon’s 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment and Civil Rights Lawyers guide for 2022. The guide—which selects attorneys based on rigorous research, nominations, and journalistic vetting—honors top lawyers across the United States who have devoted their careers to advocating for the rights of people in the workplace and society at large. Inclusion in this list acknowledges extraordinary achievements in cases involving discrimination and other civil rights matters, wage and hour violations, and individual employment claims. BGL’s eleven attorneys selected is the most of any law firm in the region.
Brown, Goldstein & Levy’s selected attorneys are:
- Gregory Care: Employee Rights Litigation
- Chelsea Crawford: Employment Litigation
- Kevin Docherty: Employment Litigation
- Joseph Espo: Employee & Civil Rights Litigation, including Disabilities
- Kobie Flowers: Civil Rights Litigation
- Andy Freeman: Employee & Civil Rights, including Disability
- Eve Hill: Employee & Civil Rights, including Disability
- Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum: Employee & Civil Rights Litigation, including Disabilities
- Andrew Levy: Employee & Civil Rights
- Brooke Lierman: Employee & Civil Rights, including Disability
- Jessie Weber: Employee & Civil Rights Litigation, including Disabilities
“BGL is honored to be recognized yet again as a leading employee and civil rights firm,” said Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, managing partner at Brown, Goldstein & Levy. “Thank you to Lawdragon for acknowledging our attorneys’ unparalleled commitment to providing top-notch legal services and creating a more just world for all.”
Lawdragon is a legal media company that provides extension online news and editorial features, including its well-known guides to the nation’s leading lawyers.
Founded in 1982, Brown, Goldstein & Levy provides the highest quality legal services to a broad range of clients, without sacrificing our deep sense of community and social responsibility. By elevating our clients’ voices and fighting for their rights, we seek to bring about a more just world – sometimes one dispute at a time, sometimes through systemic change.