People: Lauren M. Bridenbaugh, Attorney

Lauren M. Bridenbaugh

Attorney

Washington, D.C.
Direct: (202) 772-9728
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Admitted only in Virginia. Not admitted in the District of Columbia. Currently practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members of the District of Columbia Bar.

Lauren Bridenbaugh is an attorney in the Labor & Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw LLP’s Washington, D.C. office.

Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Ms. Bridenbaugh worked as an Attorney-Advisor at the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges. While at the Department of Labor, she wrote decisions and orders arising from claims of workers’ compensation, whistleblower protection, and applications for temporary and permanent foreign labor certification. During law school, Ms. Bridenbaugh was a law clerk at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission where she wrote decisions arising from allegations of employment discrimination, including race, religion, national origin, age, gender, disability, and retaliation claims.

Before entering law school, Ms. Bridenbaugh worked as a Legislative Assistant for a multi-client government relations firm at the Michigan State Capitol. She researched legislative issues, drafted advocacy documents, and developed and maintained relationships with legislators, legislative staff, and lobbyists.

Admitted only in Virginia. Not admitted in the District of Columbia. Currently practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members of the District of Columbia Bar.

Lauren Bridenbaugh is an attorney in the Labor & Employment Department of Seyfarth Shaw LLP’s Washington, D.C. office.

Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Ms. Bridenbaugh worked as an Attorney-Advisor at the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges. While at the Department of Labor, she wrote decisions and orders arising from claims of workers’ compensation, whistleblower protection, and applications for temporary and permanent foreign labor certification. During law school, Ms. Bridenbaugh was a law clerk at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission where she wrote decisions arising from allegations of employment discrimination, including race, religion, national origin, age, gender, disability, and retaliation claims.

Before entering law school, Ms. Bridenbaugh worked as a Legislative Assistant for a multi-client government relations firm at the Michigan State Capitol. She researched legislative issues, drafted advocacy documents, and developed and maintained relationships with legislators, legislative staff, and lobbyists.

Education

  • J.D., William & Mary Law School (2016)
    Notes Editor, William & Mary Business Law Review

  • B.A., Michigan State University (2011)

Admissions

  • Admitted only in Virginia. Not admitted in the District of Columbia. Currently practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members of the District of Columbia Bar.