Eunju Park advises employers in a broad range of employment and labor matters, including
- Employment-related contracts
- Disability and workplace accommodations
- Discrimination, harassment, and retaliation
- Family and Medical Leave and paid sick leave laws
- Employee handbooks and drug and alcohol testing policies
- Statistical disparate impact analysis
- Reductions in force, WARN Act, and employment separations
Eunju represents employers before the state and federal courts and administrative agencies in various employment matters. Eunju has participated in multiple jury trials and arbitrations since joining Littler, including second-chairing successful trials and arbitrations on discrimination and retaliation claims.
Eunju is a current protégé in Littler’s Career Advocacy Program, a current member of Littler’s Diversity & Inclusion Council, and a member of Littler’s 2020 Associates Council.
During law school, Eunju interned for the Hon. Leo Sorokin of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts and worked in her law school’s employment rights clinic. She also interned with the Department of Labor in Boston and for a law firm in Seoul, South Korea. Additionally, she served as an article editor for the International Law Journal and participated in moot court competitions.
Before attending law school, Eunju worked as a human resources manager for a hotel, where she gained valuable practical experience in employment and labor law.