Lauren A. DiMartino is an attorney at Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP (“BGL”). Lauren represents clients across various areas of civil rights law, including fair housing, education, and disability rights, police misconduct, and workplace discrimination. Much of Lauren’s legal experience has centered on education equity, constitutional law, anti-discrimination, and government misconduct, utilizing civil rights legislation like the Fair Housing Act and Title VII to assist individuals impacted by discriminatory conduct and to challenge systems perpetuating segregation. Prior to joining BGL, Lauren clerked for Judge Martha Craig Daughtry on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and was the Legal Fellow at the University of Colorado School of Law’s Byron White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law. Lauren graduated from the City University of New York School of Law with a concentration in Social Justice, Equality, and Civil Rights. Prior to becoming an attorney, Lauren worked in marketing before transitioning to work in New York City community colleges because of her commitment to racial and economic justice. She was inspired by her students to attend law school as a tool to better advocate for marginalized communities. She remains active in higher education work and is on the Advisory Boards of the Urban Studies Program at Guttman Community College (CUNY) and of Baltimore Youth Arts.