Carol Brooke joined the Justice Center in September 2000 as a staff attorney with the Immigrants Legal Assistance Project. Now a Senior Attorney with the Workers’ Rights Project, Carol represents farmworkers, H-2B workers, and other low wage workers, with a particular focus on class action litigation. Carol’s litigation and advocacy efforts focus on minimum wage and overtime violations, other forms of wage theft, occupational safety and health, violations of agricultural worker protections, worker misclassification, and non-compete agreements.

Carol graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law, and received a Masters of Public Health degree from the University of Michigan. Before attending law school, Carol worked as a public health educator with a non-profit organization that provided education and advocacy for low-income poultry processing workers in North Carolina

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