As an advocate for workers’ rights, I have seen people withstand risky, coercive, and discriminatory working conditions to earn a living and support their families. I became a lawyer to help workers who courageously step forward to stand against abuse in their workplaces and pursue justice by challenging their employers’ unlawful actions. I am proud that we are able to work with our clients to ensure that the legal system fulfills its promise of safe and fair workplaces for all workers, regardless of identity and without retaliation.
"I became a lawyer to help workers who courageously step forward to stand against abuse in their workplaces and pursue justice by challenging their employers’ unlawful actions."
Harini Srinivasan joined Katz, Marshall & Banks as an Associate in September 2015.
Prior to joining Katz, Marshall & Banks, Ms. Srinivasan worked as a Georgetown University Law Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellow at the National Partnership for Women & Families, where she advocated for the enforcement and expansion of employment discrimination and workplace flexibility laws.
Ms. Srinivasan received her J.D. from American University Washington College of Law in 2014 as a Washington College of Law Merit Scholarship recipient. While in law school, Ms. Srinivasan worked as a student attorney for the Immigrant Justice Clinic, where she helped trafficking survivors secure permanent status in the United States. She also conducted a study of migrant workers in the Delmarva Peninsula on their working conditions and experiences with harassment and discrimination in the poultry industry. Ms. Srinivasan has interned with Legal Momentum and the Honorable Judge Gladys Kessler of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, and spent two semesters as an intern with the Department of Justice in the Office of Immigration Litigation and the Civil Rights Division. Ms. Srinivasan also served as President of the Moot Court Honor Society and received oralist awards in two renowned competitions. In 2010, Ms. Srinivasan graduated from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and comparative race and ethnic studies.
In addition to her work at Katz, Marshall & Banks, Ms. Srinivasan serves as a volunteer with the National Lawyers Guild’s Mass Incarceration Committee.
Ms. Srinivasan is a member of the New York and D.C. Bars.