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Adam J. Mandell

Adam J. Mandell is an associate at Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP. He represents employers in a variety of labor and employment matters. In his litigation practice, Adam defends employers against discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour violations, retaliation and contract disputes at the administrative, state and federal levels. In addition to his litigation practice, Adam counsels employers on a wide range of workplace matters including the preparation of employee handbooks, hiring, terminations, discipline, internal investigations, leaves of absence, benefits compliance and reasonable accommodation.

Prior to joining the firm, Adam gained extensive litigation experience at a small law firm where he successfully litigated employment cases for public schools, towns, state agencies and healthcare organizations. Adam's previous experience includes advising public schools, colleges and universities on complying with state and federal employment and education laws. Prior to entering private practice, Adam served as a judicial law clerk at the trial level in South Carolina. His clerkship experience allows him to offer a unique perspective when coordinating litigation and trial strategies.

Adam is a graduate of Tufts University, where he studied English. He earned his law degree from the University of South Carolina (cum laude). During law school, Adam interned for a district court judge in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, a South Carolina State Senator and the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau. Adam also advised nonprofit organizations through the University of South Carolina clinic program and served as an editor for the Journal of Law and Education. Adam is a member of the Massachusetts and South Carolina Bars and the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina.