Attorney Munro-Delotto graduated second in her class and Summa Cum Laude from the honors program at Roger Williams University School of Law. Attorney Munro-Delotto is a skilled litigator and negotiator with a successful track record in employment discrimination, wage and hour, whistleblower, and related workplace litigation, as well as in Title IX sex harassment, assault, disability-harassment school-related cases. Attorney Munro-Delotto has assisted Plaintiffs and Defendants in employment litigation but focuses on the students in the more narrow school-related high-damages cases she handles.
Prior to practicing, while in law school, Attorney Munro-Delotto worked with her previous Masters and Doctoral degrees in psychology and Industrial / Organizational Psychology in employment-related discrimination prevention and related work within large corporations including Verizon, Metlife, Geico, and NY/NJ Port Authority in the New York and D.C. area, as well as ran the research department for a mid-sized employment selection consulting company in Texas. Attorney Munro-Delotto is also an expert in pre-employment selection, statistics, and research design, which is highly related to disparate impact case prosecution.
Attorney Munro-Delotto was drawn to law and while in law school she was in the elite group selected as both a member of the Law Review as well as Moot Court. Attorney Munro-Delotto also worked in a top research assistant position with the then Dean of the Law School, David Logan. During law school, Attorney Munro-Delotto worked as a law clerk for Motley Rice Law Firm, a plaintiff’s mass-torts / MDL firm, as well as in internships in employment law and medical malpractice with several other attorneys. Attorney Munro-Delotto’s combination of skills, education, and experience enables her to handle complex litigation with ease against multiple defendants and counsel. Attorney Munro-Delotto is barred in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Federal Courts in Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, as well as in the First Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.