The American Lawyer Magazine's Litigation Department of the Year – Labor and Employment Law Finalist 2004, Winner 2006, Finalist 2008, Finalist 2010, and Finalist 2012
Listed in the highest tier for National Labor and Employment Practice in Chambers USA 2014
Named a top 5 firm for employment in BTI's Litigation Outlook 2014 report
Ranked in the top tier by The Legal 500 for Labor and Employment Litigation, ERISA Litigation, Labor-Management Relations, and Workplace and Employment Counseling (2014)
Ranked, National Tier 1: Employment Law – Management, Labor Law – Management, and Litigation – Labor & Employment by U.S. News and Best Lawyers (2011-2012)
Ranked #1 for "Most Prestigious" Labor and Employment Practice, Vault 2012 Associate Survey
honors + affiliations
Noted in The Legal 500 for Workplace and Employment Counseling (2014)
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
Member, Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association
Member, Society for Human Resource Management
Member, American Society for Training and Development
David G. Bowman is the director of Morgan Lewis Resources Workplace Training and a partner in the Labor and Employment Practice. In this capacity, Mr. Bowman develops interactive training programs dealing with the issues that are of greatest concern to companies today. He has counseled and trained employees on topics such as workplace diversity, sexual harassment, discrimination, ethics, equal opportunity, and other substantive employment areas. In addition to training, he also consults with a variety of organizations on diversity initiatives and conducts internal investigations. More specifically, he helps organizations improve the success of their diversity and inclusion initiatives by implementing successful programs to help recruit, hire, retain and promote qualified diverse candidates. Mr. Bowman has served on the faculty of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination's training certification program since 2001.
Additionally, he has represented clients in a variety of legal proceedings including trials, dispositive motions, hearings, preliminary injunctions and depositions. Mr. Bowman also represents employers in employment discrimination actions and wrongful discharge cases in state and federal courts, as well as before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He has counseled clients on numerous employment issues including wage and hour, labor relations independent contractors, diversity programs, and workplace investigations.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Bowman worked in human resources for the Pepsi-Cola Company. He supported approximately 1,700 employees in three facilities. Approximately half of the employees were unionized.
Mr. Bowman is admitted to practice in Massachusetts only.
- Boston University School of Law, 1995, J.D.
- Morehouse College, 1989, B.A.