Senior Attorney and Director of Workplace Training
Kimberly Altschuler is the director of Workplace Training, a component of the firm’s Workplace Culture Consulting and Training Practice. With more than two decades of experience working in both the public and private sector, Kim leverages the vast resources of the firm to develop interactive training programs dealing with issues of great concern to companies today such as discrimination, sexual harassment, workplace diversity, ethics, equal opportunity, and legal compliance. She oversees the delivery of courses in multiple formats, including self-paced eLearning, webinars, and in-person training.
Kim’s experience as a labor and employment litigator and counselor informs her approach to clients’ daily workforce challenges and enables her to create customized solutions to meet the needs of clients and their global workforces. Her experience conducting workplace training spans industries and employers of all sizes. She is also an experienced investigator and has conducted hundreds of neutral investigations of claims such as harassment, discrimination, code of conduct, whistleblower, retaliation, and other employee misconduct.
Kim has long represented clients in employment discrimination claims and traditional labor matters. Before joining Morgan Lewis, Kim spent many years in the public sector, serving as an attorney-advisor at the US Department of Labor, where she counseled parties on a variety of labor, employment, and administrative laws, as well as a field attorney at the National Labor Relations Board, where she investigated labor disputes arising under the National Labor Relations Act. Kim then became a private practitioner focusing on all facets of labor and employment law at large firms in New York and Philadelphia.
1998年 テンプル大学 ビーズリー・スクール・オブ・ロ (J.D.)
1995年 Pennsylvania State University (B.A. Phi Alpha Theta)
Judicial Intern, US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Senior Judge Norma L. Shapiro
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Employment, Law360 (2019)