Sally Dworak-Fisher,  Attorney

Sally Dworak-Fisher joined the PJC in 2002, where she has worked on a variety of projects, including national class action litigation against Wal-Mart for gender discrimination; class action litigation against the state of Maryland for unconstitutional conditions of confinement at the Baltimore City Detention Center; class action litigation against the Baltimore County Board of Education for violations of homeless children’s education rights; policy advocacy and litigation on behalf of low-wage workers; and public and client education regarding homeless students’ education rights. She currently leads the PJC’s Workplace Justice Project.

Sally graduated with honors from University of Michigan Law School in 1997, where she was also an editor of the Michigan Journal of Race & Law, Coordinator of the National Lawyers Guild, and recipient of the Jane L. Mixer Award for her demonstrated commitment to social justice. After graduation, Sally clerked for two federal judges and worked as an attorney in Washington, D.C. at Ayuda, Inc., where she represented low-income individuals seeking relief from deportation. Sally received her B.A. in Government with a concentration in International Relations from Cornell University.