Alfredo J. Pelicci is a New York employment attorney at Phillips & Associates. He is dedicated to pursuing damages on behalf of workers who have been harmed by employment discrimination and other improper or illegal actions by employers.
Mr. Pelicci graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy. While there, he served as President of the University of Florida ACLU. He served as a Director for Student Government Political Affairs. He was a Florida Bright Futures Scholar. He graduated with a Juris Doctor from George Washington University Law School. While there, he was Vice President of the Student Bar Association. He also served as Senator of the Student Bar Association. He was an ACLU Board Member and a Senator for the George Washington University Student Association. He was a recipient of the George Washington Law Merit Scholarship. He was the Second Highest Ranked Advocate for the GW Law Mock Trial Board Internal Competition.
Prior to joining Phillips & Associates, Mr. Pelicci was an associate attorney at a firm that handled trusts and estates, personal injury, and criminal matters in Virginia. He represented clients in administrative hearings and appeals. Among other accomplishments, he helped overturn a Virginia Department of Social Services decision involving the wrongful termination of a schoolteacher with more than 15 years of experience. He also drafted motions, discovery documents, and appellate briefs. Next, he worked at the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, at which he provided workers with counseling related to discrimination, unemployment compensation, family and medical leave, and wage theft. He also has worked as a volunteer organizer and managed a campaign opposing a state ballot initiative banning same sex marriage.