Amy Hayes, an associate in the Securities Litigation & Investor Protection practice, represents institutional and individual shareholders in derivative lawsuits and securities class actions.
Prior to joining Cohen Milstein, Amy was a law clerk for the Honorable Jane A. Restani of the United States Court of International Trade.
In law school, Amy was an article section editor for Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and co-editor and co-chair of programs for Unbound: Journal of the Legal Left. She also authored Signing Away Your Rights: Forced Arbitration, THE[F]LAW.ORG, Harvard’s Critical Corporate Theory Blog.
Prior to pursuing a legal career, Amy was Assistant Director of Content, for the Education Department at Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), where she helped produce classroom-focused materials to support national broadcast Initiatives, including The Great American Read and The Electoral Decoder, an interactive map that helped students explore presidential races throughout history.
Amy has applied for admission to the New York Bar and is currently working under the close supervision of the partners of the firm who are admitted to practice in New York.