Charlotte H. Schwartz
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Charlotte Schwartz believes in equal rights and fair treatment in the workplace, including the right to organize for change.
Charlotte joined James & Hoffman in 2022. She represents workers and their unions in a variety of matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Schwartz worked at a non-profit where she filed briefs in the Supreme Court and courts of appeals across the country on a wide range of issues, from unconstitutional forced labor practices, to police accountability, to LGBTQ+ equality.
Previously, Ms. Schwartz served as a law clerk to the Honorable Beverly B. Martin on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and as a Heyman Fellow in Senator Richard Blumenthal’s office. While in the Senate, Ms. Schwartz did substantial work on the first impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump, prepared the Senator for numerous judicial nominations hearings, and helped write legislation and engage in oversight of issues pertaining to immigration and labor, gender justice, antitrust, and transportation network companies, among other areas.
Ms. Schwartz graduated from Yale Law School in 2019, where she litigated voting rights cases as the student director of the Rule of Law Clinic. She received her undergraduate degree in history, with First Class Honors, from McGill University.
Ms. Schwartz is a member of the Bars of New York and the District of Columbia.