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Ria Julien

experienced discrimination and wage theft lawyer

About Ria Julien, Esq.

Ria Julien is a founding partner in the law firm of  Julien, Mirer & Singla, PLLC, A Working People’s Law Center. She represents workers in discrimination and wage theft cases, and supports workers right to organize, protest, and fight for fair and equitable workplaces. Ria has also brought claims on behalf of people of color facing all forms of discrimination and harassment.

Prior to joining the firm, Ria was an associate at the Law Offices of Jeanne E. Mirer, PLLC and a legal fellow at the Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario, an economic and social rights organization bringing a legal challenge to the government of Ontario to enforce the right to housing under the Canadian Constitution.   Previously she was a student-fellow at the Innocence Project, the ACLU LGBT division and the Human Rights Watch International Justice Program.

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Ria Julien received her JD from Cardozo School of Law.

Ria Julien practices in New York City.

Ria Julien was previously a legal fellow at the Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario, an economic and social rights organization bringing a legal challenge to the government of Ontario to enforce the right to housing under the Canadian Constitution.   Previously she was a student-fellow at the Innocence Project, the ACLU LGBT division and the Human Rights Watch International Justice Program.

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After a spotless record for 25 years I was shocked and embarrassed that the DOE could suspend me. Thank you so much for being patient with me especially when I called you repeatedly and needed reassurance. I am so happy that the event is over!
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