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Cherie Parson works exclusively as an employment attorney and has a unique professional background that has enabled her to work effectively in representing individual employees. She is a Mason Scholar and graduate of George Mason University and attained her Master of Arts degree from The George Washington University. After completing studies focused on human resources and organizational development, Ms. Parson pursued a career in human resources focused on employee relations, compensation and benefits plan development, and recruitment.
With an increased interest in the legal framework of employment issues, Ms. Parson attained her law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law. Adding to her interest in employment law, Ms. Parson interned with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and private firms where she gained valuable experience in administrative proceedings, negotiations, and litigation.
As an employment attorney, Ms. Parson provides clients an understanding of their employment rights, empowers them to protect their interests, and advocates on their behalf. She provides counseling, negotiation, and, when necessary, aggressive litigation on an individual and class basis, and is committed to finding the best solutions for her clients in every employment situation. She focuses on helping people not just through legal representation, but also through active involvement in the professional, civic, and educational, developments that affect their work lives.
Ms. Parson also represents employers in the private sector and utilizes her human resources experiences as a valuable resource in providing guidance, policy development, and implementation of best practices for the organization and its workers.
With a keen focus and proven ability to resolve employee related problems, Ms. Parson is not only passionate, but committed to help those facing challenges in the workplace. Ms. Parson is knowledgeable, balanced in her approach, and positioned to represent you concerning your employment matter.