Harper practices with the firm’s Employment Law and Litigation practice groups, serving employers across industries throughout Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire.

As a litigator, Harper routinely defends employment claims filed in court and with state and federal agencies. As a counselor, she advises clients on a variety of employment law issues including hiring and termination practices, performance counseling practices, business immigration, personnel policies, compliance audits, job accommodations, pregnancy and lactation accommodations, and internal investigations. She works collaboratively with clients to identify creative compliance solutions that advance her client’s business goals while fostering a broader culture of compliance.

Harper is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and Georgetown University. While in law school, she served as a staff editor for the Boston University Law Review and held internships centered on disability and civil rights law, including interning with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts Civil Rights Division and the Massachusetts Bureau of Special Education Appeals. 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. She also served as a summer associate at Preti Flaherty while in law school.

Harper lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and works from the firm’s Boston office.