Felicia Carter is a labor lawyer devoted to fighting for equitable treatment of all workers from all walks of life. She works with the firm’s Labor group to ensure clients receive the fair wages and working conditions to which they are entitled.
Felicia’s experience includes working as an intern at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) at the Office of Federal Operations. She drafted administrative appeal decisions for federal employees filing discrimination claims against federal employers. She also researched and presented an internal report concerning workplace discrimination in the social media age. Felicia furthered her anti-discrimination advocacy at Mazzoni Center Legal Services as an intern supporting the LGBTQ community in issues of employment discrimination, child custody adoption, divorce, hate crimes, and name changes. During two other internships, she conducted research related to employee benefits and prepared memoranda recommending litigation strategies. She rounded out her studies as a law student by completing a clerkship with the Honorable Ashley Chan at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of PA.
With a passion and drive to fight for what’s right, Felicia works with the Willig, Williams & Davidson team to ensure that all workers’ rights are respected, and that the fundamental dignity of all people is upheld by the law.
What Inspires Me About My Work
“Here at Willig, Williams & Davidson, we understand relationships. We recognize it is important to have an in-depth knowledge of the law and to demonstrate tenacity and empathy toward clients. That is how we solve our clients’ problems.”
Away from Work
“I am a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters. I am also an avid reader, podcast enthusiast, and jigsaw puzzle lover.”