HSPRD partner Juliet Berger-White recently spoke to students in a course titled, “Engage for Change: Get Informed, Involved and Connected” at DePaul University’s School for New Learning. Juliet’s presentation to undergraduate students discussed personal and professional advocacy and efforts toward effectuating social change.
Juliet Berger-White is a partner with Hughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym, Ltd. and represents clients in complex litigation matters with a concentration in the areas of civil rights, constitutional law, class actions, educational equity, labor and employment, and whistleblower litigation. In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Berger-White represents employees and employers regarding employment and severance matters and provides consultation to employers on employment policies and practices, including the drafting of such policies.
Ms. Berger-White is the co-chair of the Quality Jobs Council for Women Employed, which seeks to improve workplace conditions for low-wage workers. In addition, she is the founder of Gender Inclusive Schools, a working group comprised of lawyers, educators, parents, and advocates focused on the improvement of educational policies and practices for transgender and gender expansive students.