Juno Turner - Class Action Lawyer New York City

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Juno Turner


JUNO TURNER is a partner at Outten & Golden LLP in New York, where she primarily represents employees in class wage and hour and discrimination cases. 

Prior to joining the firm in 2009, Ms. Turner was a law clerk to the Honorable James Orenstein in the Eastern District of New York. Before her clerkship, she worked for two years in the Labor Bureau of the New York State Attorney General's Office, where she investigated and prosecuted minimum wage and overtime violations. Prior to law school, Ms. Turner worked as a legal assistant for non-profit groups providing representation and outreach to immigrant populations in New York and New Jersey. Ms. Turner has been selected to Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for 2015-2017.

Ms. Turner is a 2006 graduate of Fordham Law School, where she participated in the Stein Scholars Program for Public Interest Law and Ethics. 

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    Bar Admissions & Professional Activities

    • Ms. Turner is admitted to practice in New York State and in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. 

    • Executive Board Member, New York Lawyers Committee of the American Constitution Society

    • Member, New York City Bar Association (Labor & Employment Committee)

    • Member, National Employment Lawyers Association

    • Member, American Bar Association Labor & Employment Law Section (Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee) 

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    Speaking Engagements



    • Speaker: "What Wage and Hour Case is Susceptible to Class Relief and What is Not: Has Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo Decision Helped Us Answer that Question?," ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law, Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee Midwinter Meeting, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico


    • Speaker: "Investigating Class and Systemic Claims," ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law, ABA Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference, Chicago, IL
    • Speaker: "The New/Proposed FLSA White Collar Exemption Regulations," ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law. Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee, Midwinter Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico
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    Publications & Articles

    Collateral Consequences of Criminal Conviction: Law, Policy and Practice

    Contributors: Juno Turner and Christopher M. McNerney, Thomson Reuters, Chapter 6, 2018-2019 Edition

    FLSA Collective Action Notice Issues

    Justin M. Swartz and Juno Turner, Labor & Employment Law, Section of Labor and Employment Law, American Bar Association, Winter 2013, Volume 41, Number 2

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    Awards & Recognition

    • Super Lawyers Rising Stars 2015-2018

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