Harper practices with Preti Flaherty’s Employment Law and Litigation practice groups from the firm’s Boston office. An integral member of our diverse, cross-disciplinary team, she counsels clients on a variety of employment law and complex commercial litigation issues, including hiring and termination practices, business immigration, employment policies, job accommodations, case research, and trial preparation.
Harper is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and Georgetown University. While in law school, Harper’s internships centered on disability law in its many forms. She focused on Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) enforcement at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts, supported fact-finding and decision-drafting at the Massachusetts Bureau of Special Education Appeals, and assisted indigent clients with disability benefit appeals at De Novo Center for Justice and Healing. She earned the Sylvia Beinecke Robinson Award for significant contributions to the life of the School of Law for her work in ADA compliance and universal design.
Prior to law school, Harper held positions in Washington, D.C., as a special projects administration at the Association of American Law Schools and as a teacher. She joins Preti Flaherty after serving as a summer associate in 2021.
Harper lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- "Are You There, EEOC? It’s Me, Title I: Using Title I to Improve Web Accessibility Under the ADA," Boston University Law Review (2021).
- Co-author, Maine Open Government Guide, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press (2021).
- Co-author, “Deterrence and International Relations,” The SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior (2017).