Ben Weber is a committed workers’ rights advocate with a lengthy record of public service. After graduating from law school in 2005, Ben was awarded an Equal Justice Works Fellowship and began work at Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, where he represented migrant farm workers in complex federal employment litigation throughout the South.
Prior to joining the firm, Ben worked for four years as Assistant Attorney General in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. Ben worked in the Attorney General’s Fair Labor Division, where he prosecuted employers for violations of Massachusetts’ wage laws.
Ben later worked in the Attorney General’s Administrative Law Division where he represented numerous state agencies and boards in cases challenging administrative decisions. During that time, Ben briefed and argued more than 30 cases in the Massachusetts Appeals Court and developed an expertise in many areas of administrative law, including unemployment, licensure, and parental rights.
University of Iowa College of Law, J.D., 2005 Brandeis University, B.A., 1996
Morry Stein Award of Valor
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Member, State Bar of Massachusetts, 2008
Member, State Bar of Tennessee, 2005