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Martine is a member of Barclay Damon’s Labor & Employment and Commercial Litigation Practice Areas. Prior to joining Barclay Damon, Martine worked in employee relations and human resources regulatory compliance positions with a large, nationwide insurance company. Her responsibilities included monitoring federal and state legislative developments to ensure compliance, development, and administration of employment policies, practices, and employee handbooks; development and rollout of anti-harassment trainings; creating processes for company administration of paid family leave programs across multiple states; and consulting with business leaders and legal counsel to manage risk in connection with workforce reductions and reorganizations. In addition, Martine has experience performing research pertaining to EEOC charges and assisting with discovery, depositions, and mock jury trials.

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • Barclay Damon's Women's Forum

Prior Experience

  • Liberty Mutual Insurance, Law Clerk
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance, HR Policy and Regulatory Compliance Consultant
  • Professor Ryan H. Nelson, New England Law Boston, Research Assistant

Selected Honors

  • New England Law Boston, Sandra Day O’Connor Honors Scholarship, 2019–2022
  • New England Law Boston, New England Scholars Award, 2021–2022
  • New England Law Boston, CALI Award for Excellence in Constitutional Law, 2019

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