Lori Waichman focuses her practice on representing employee benefit funds, primarily multiemployer plans, in a variety of legal matters. Prior to joining Mooney Green, Ms. Waichman worked as a Law Fellow at the AARP Foundation Litigation, focusing on impact litigation to improve the rights of people age 50 and older.
Ms. Waichman earned her J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where she was a member of the Public Service Scholars and a Notes Editor for the International Comparative, Policy & Ethics Law Review. While in law school, Ms. Waichman clerked at Cohen, Weiss and Simon, LLP, participated in the Benjamin B. Ferencz Human Rights and Atrocity Prevention Clinic, interned in the New York City Law Department's Labor and Employment Division, and at the Center for Court Innovation. Ms. Waichman received her B.A. with honors from Lafayette College in Government & Law and American Studies with a Concentration in Social Justice, and a minor in Women and Gender Studies.
Ms. Waichman authored "Vacating Criminal Convictions for Victims of Human Trafficking: Weighing Opportunities for Expansion with a State Interest in Finality," 1 Cardozo Int'l Comp., Policy & Ethics L. Rev. 473 (2018), and is a contributor on the ABA Employee Benefits Committee's 2018 Mid-Winter Report of the Subcommittee on Reporting and Disclosure.
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