Hope J. Singer joined the firm in 1987 and has been a partner since 1992. Prior to joining the firm, she served as a Field Attorney with the National Labor Relations Board. She specializes in representation and counseling of public and private sector labor organizations, and has extensive experience in arbitration under collective bargaining agreements and advocacy before the NLRB, and civil service commissions.
Ms. Singer has been a featured speaker at the Los Angeles County Bar Association Symposium on Labor and Employment Law and the Los Angeles County Bar Association Symposium on Labor and Employment Law in the Entertainment Industry; the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee Conference; the American Bar Association/National Labor Relations Board sponsored “Basic Practice Before the NLRB” Program; the George Meany Center Western Semester; and the Labor Education Program at Los Angeles Trade Technical College.
She is co-chair of the American Bar Association’s National Labor Relations Board “Practice and Procedure” Committee, and a member of the AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee. She has written extensively on labor law issues and is a Contributing Editor for Construction Organizing (formerly Organizer’s Handbook), an AFL-CIO publication, and for How to Bring a Case Before the NLRB, a publication of the American Bar Association.