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Ursula H. Leo, a Partner with Sussex County law firm, Laddey Clark & Ryan LLP, and Chair of the firm’s Employment/Labor Practice and Government Services Groups, taught a course on “Bias and Discrimination” as part of the Labor and Employment Law Certificate course offerings by the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations.

Among the topics she explored were the legal definitions of disability, legal requirements of reasonable accommodation, what constitutes disparate gender and race treatment; and issues of concern to union representatives.

Leo is the current attorney for the Town of Newton, Green Township, Stanhope Borough, and the Lafayette Township Land Use Board. She represents individuals and developers in their applications before planning and zoning boards and various government entities.

Named as a Super Lawyer Rising Star since 2010, Ms. Leo was also honored as one of Sussex County’s “20 under 40” and was named a 2014 Leader of the Bar by the New Jersey Law Journal.



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