Stacy N. Cammarano is an Associate at Cohen Milstein and a member of the firm’s Civil Rights & Employment practice group. Ms. Cammarano’s practice focuses on representing employees in Title VII, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and other discrimination and retaliation claims.
Prior to joining Cohen Milstein in 2018, Ms. Cammarano was an employment litigation associate at a well-regarded Washington, D.C.-based whistleblower and employment litigation boutique. Prior to that she was a law clerk for Senior Judge David Briones of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas.
Immediately following law school, Ms. Cammarano was a legal researcher for the Open Society Justice Initiative and later the Managing Director for the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice.
Ms. Cammarano has authored and co-authored several articles, including “No Justice for Those Harassed by Judges,” The Washington Post, May 9, 2018, “Whose Right and Who’s Right? The US Supreme Court v. The European Court of Human Rights on Corporate Exercise of Religion,” Boston University International Law Journal, Vol. 34, Pg. 1 (2016) (with Ioana Cismas), and “I Beg Your Pardon: Maintaining the Absolute Ban on Torture through the Presidential Pardon,” National Lawyers Guild Review, Vol. 69, Pg. 197 (2012).
Ms. Cammarano received her B.A., with High Distinction, from the University of Michigan. She received the Sidney J. and Irene Shipman Scholarship and the William J. Branstrom Freshman Prize for academic achievement. She received her J.D. from the University of Texas Law, where she was Staff Editor and Submissions Director of the Texas Journal of Women and the Law. She was a Rapoport Center Human Rights Scholar and the recipient of the University of Texas School of Law Dean’s Scholarship.