A native of Connecticut, Maggie Beach Ferron serves as a representative for those seeking compensation for employment law issues at Hayber Law Firm in Hartford.
She earned her bachelor's degree in Classical Studies at Middlebury College in Virginia. She later studied law at the University of Connecticut School of Law, where she received High Honors.
She studied international human rights at Trinity College in Dublin during law school, and was granted the Elihu Burritt Prize for academic achievement.
In addition, she has worked for the Iran Human Rights Documentation Center, where she worked to improve conditions for those living in oppression in Iran.
As a lawyer at Hayber Law Firm, Maggie has gained experience in large class action litigation against large corporations and she has represented workers before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities.
She remains up to date on current legal issues as a member of the Connecticut Employment Lawyers Association as well as Connecticut and Hartford County's Bar Associations.
Maggie's dedication to defending the rights of those in difficult situations has led her to become a defense attorney and fight for employees who are being treated unfairly.
Her passion for defending the rights of others makes her a formidable attorney and a staunch ally for those facing illegal treatment like discrimination in their workplace.