Jennifer B. Schoch
Jen concentrates her practice in labor and employment law matters. She represents and counsels management on many issues, including employment discrimination and workplace harassment, wrongful discharge, wage and hour claims, labor arbitration and collective bargaining disputes. Jen also works on school law matters, advising public and private grade school clients on various issues.
While in law school, Jen interned for Judge Debra C. Freeman, Federal Magistrate Judge of the Southern District of New York as well as Justice Barbara R. Kapnick, in the New York County Commercial Division, prior to Judge Kapnick’s appointment to the Appellate Division, First Department.
Before joining Bond, Jen worked as a paralegal and law clerk at a commercial litigation firm.
Honors and Affiliations
- Associate Managing Editor, Vol. 79, Brooklyn Law Review
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award: Electronic Discovery & Evidence, Spring 2013
- Brooklyn Law Academic Merit Scholarships, 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014
- "According to the EEOC, Sexual Orientation Discrimination is Prohibited By Title VII," New York Labor and Employment Law Report, 7/29/15
- "Second Circuit Sides With Employers in Two Cases Involving Unpaid Interns," New York Labor and Employment Law Report, 7/7/15
- Note, "A First Amendment Objection to the Affordable Care Act’s Individual Mandate," 79 Brook. L. Rev. 953, 2014