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Jaime Wamble focuses her practice on the representation of employers in disputes related to labor and employment law. 

Jaime has substantive experience representing and advising employers in litigation and various legal matters arising in the workplace. Though she advises clients in all industries, one of her industries of focus is airlines and she routinely represents airlines and related entities in grievance resolution matters, including grievance arbitrations. Jaime is skilled in drafting settlement agreements, employee separation agreements, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission position statements, case assessments, and employee handbook provisions. She has conducted extensive legal research and composed memoranda on substantive and procedural issues pertaining to claims arising under Title VII, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the D.C. Human Rights Act, the D.C. Wage Payment and Collection Law, and the D.C. Minimum Wage Act. Jaime has additional knowledge in matters pertaining to collective bargaining agreements and union elections. Jaime participates in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s Success in Law School Mentoring Program, and she currently serves as a mentor for a first year law student attending Georgetown University Law Center.

Jaime has worked in the judiciary, serving as a judicial intern to the Honorable Judge Craig Iscoe in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, where she conducted legal research and wrote draft opinions. While in law school, Jaime served as a law clerk at FordHarrison and a Maryland-based law firm that represents both employers and employees in workplace law matters. She also served as a legal intern in the General Counsel's office of a large public school district. During law school, Jaime was selected to serve as Senior Editor for The George Washington Journal of Energy and Environmental Law. Prior to attending law school, Jaime served as a Congressional intern, and she also worked for a major health sciences university.