Susanna Bramlett represents and counsels employers on the full gamut of labor and employment issues. Susanna defends clients in front of administrative and judicial bodies against claims involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, contractual disputes, and wage and hour violations. From pleading to resolution, Susanna has experience managing all stages of litigation. She also helps clients to minimize liability exposure by advising them on the best employment practices and policies for compliance with the ever-changing legal landscape. In addition to her experience with employment law, Susanna has also handled traditional labor matters, including Unfair Labor Practice charges, bargaining unit representation campaigns and elections, and arbitrations.
Susanna received her J.D. from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. During law school, she served as Research Assistant to Professor Martin Redish, a board member of the Disability Law Society, and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. Northwestern awarded Susanna with the Public Service Star distinction for completing over 100 hours of public interest work in her final year of law school.
Susanna recently moved back to her hometown of Atlanta after practicing in the Chicago office of an Am Law 100 firm.