Margaux has built a career giving a voice to employees who seek to right a wrong, not just for themselves but on behalf of their co-workers too. Her role at Lawyers for Justice, PC has made a profound impact and she’s motivated by seeing employers change their policies and practices in response to cases. Every day she strives to effect change through her work.
Before joining the team, Margaux built an impressive portfolio of work experience. She worked for the World Bank Group where she focused on developing policy reforms and drafting legislation as well as working in the Global Governance practice.
While in law school, Margaux proved herself as the president and founder of the Society of European Law Students as well as earning a host of awards. She received the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation Public Interest Fellowship, was named a George Washington Law Merit Scholar and was also named a Thurgood Marshall Scholar for graduating among the top students of her class. Margaux uses her voice to help others take back justice.
- JD, George Washington University Law School
- BA, University of California, Berkeley
- Legal Extern, U.S. State Department's Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for Private International Law
- Research Assistant to the Egyptian Member of the United Nations' International Law Commission
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