Location: Brooklyn, New York
Saranicole is a Brooklyn native and Employment Law Associate at Stoll, Glickman and Bellina, LLP. She moved from New York to the nation’s capital to attend the George Washington University where she graduated cum laude with Special Honors in History and a minor in Art History. She then attended the George Washington University Law School, where she was a member of the Moot Court Board and a Thurgood Marshall Scholar. At GW Law, her passion for advocating for workers was ignited when she worked at the Public Justice Advocacy clinic representing low-income workers in unpaid wage cases at the D.C. Superior Court and in their unemployment hearings.
Saranicole returned home to Brooklyn to join Stoll, Glickman and Bellina in 2014. She brings her experience in wage and hour law, employment discrimination, and unemployment issues. Prior to joining the firm she was a fellow at MFY Legal Services in the Workplace Justice Practice where she managed a heavy caseload of wage and hour, employment discrimination, and re-entry cases. She has experience representing clients at the EEOC, the New York State Division of Human Rights, and in federal and state court. Her practice includes wage and hour cases, employment discrimination cases, and severance negotiations.
National Employment Lawyers Association New York Chapter, New Lawyers Committee and Legislative Committee
ABA Bar Association Labor and Employment Section, Employee Rights and Responsibilities Committee
Federal Bar Association Labor and Employment Section
New York City Bar Association
“The Fluctuating Workweek and the Need for Second Circuit Clarification” in The New York Employee Advocate
“The Second Circuit Expands Liability under The Fair Labor Standards Act” in The New York Minutes
The George Washington University Law School 2013
The George Washington University, B.A. with Honors in History, cum laude 2010
U.S. States District Court Eastern District of New York
U.S. States District Court Southern District of New York.
Legal Services of New York Pro Bono Honor Roll 2014