Carolyn M. Corcoran is part of a team that advises clients on a broad range of labor and employment matters, including litigation and counseling. Carolyn helps employers and management resolve issues related to discrimination, retaliation, and compliance with federal, state, and local labor and employment laws and regulations. She also counsels on COVID-19 workplace issues, including reopening protocols and accommodations.
In law school, Carolyn served on the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics and the Barristers’ Council Executive Committee, and was a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Division and Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. She also worked as a high school instructor through the Street Law Mock Trial Advocacy Program and served as a teaching assistant to Dean William Treanor and Prof. Sheldon Krantz. Carolyn received the Harry Kaiser Memorial Award for demonstrated excellence in labor law.
Carolyn also worked with The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program and Dilley Pro Bono Project during her time at Georgetown Law. Her pro bono practice at Morgan Lewis continues to be dedicated to veterans, asylum, and civil rights.
Before attending law school, Carolyn worked as a crisis communications strategist in Washington, DC, where she developed and implemented multiplatform media strategies in support of high-profile litigations and issue campaigns.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2021, J.D.
Arizona State University, 2016, B.A., Journalism and Mass Communication, summa cum laude
Arizona State University, 2016, B.S., Political Science, summa cum laude
US District Court for the Eastern District of New York
US District Court for the Southern District of New York