Sean Hemenway’s practice focuses on discrimination and retaliation claims under Title VII, the ADA and the Rehabilitation Act, as well as under state and local statutes. He represents both federal and private sector employees who have been fired unlawfully, been subjected to harassment, denied advancement, or otherwise been discriminated against by their employer.
Before joining the firm, Sean worked as a law clerk for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the Office of General Counsel. At HUD, he worked on various legal matters for the agency, and specialized in legal issues at the intersection of housing and immigration.
Previous to his work at HUD, Sean held an internship with the Democratic Party as part of their Voter Protection team in Florida during the 2020 election cycle. In that role, he worked to help Florida voters cure any problems with their ballots, so that their votes would be counted, as well as working to solve issues that threatened to stop people from properly casting their votes on Election Day.
Sean earned his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School. He earned his undergraduate degree from Chapman University, where he graduated magna cum laude with a major in English Literature and a minor in Philosophy.