Rhoda Y. Andors practices in the areas of employment law and general litigation, on behalf of clients in the public sector and the private sector. She is presently defending employers from wage and hour, discrimination and Equal Pay Act claims, including in collective and class actions.
Rhoda’s legal work has resulted in positive outcomes for clients, including in the areas of sexual harassment, racial discrimination, disability discrimination, retaliation, unlawful termination, wages and benefits, breach of contract and appeals of government agency decisions. She has litigated in federal and State courts and has appeared before agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the New York State Department of Labor.
Rhoda is a graduate of Hofstra Law School, which she attended on a merit scholarship, and Princeton University, where she graduated summa cum laude.
Hofstra Law School: Pro Bono Program Gold Award, Merit Scholarship 2009-2013, Community and Economic Development Law Clinic, Dean’s List (3 semesters), 1L Excellence Award in Transnational Law.
Employer Beware: New Requirements for Preventing Sexual Harassment, Nassau Lawyer, October 2019 (in press).
Now You See It, Now You Don’t: Facebook Job Ads Older Members Never See, Nassau Lawyer,June 2018.
The Women’s Equality Act: Making Work More Equal, Nassau Lawyer, April 2017.
The Equal Pay Act: Not Equal Yet, Nassau Lawyer, January 2015 (co-authored).
A Swan Song For Unpaid Interns In For-Profit Businesses?, Nassau Lawyer, January 2014.
Legal Book Reviews
The Seventh Canon, Nassau Lawyer,October 2017.
The Ex, Nassau Lawyer, May 2016.
Tom and Lucky & George and Cokey Flo, Nassau Lawyer,October 2015.
Co-Editor-In-Chief, Nassau Lawyer, 2016-2019.
Co-Chair, Publications Committee, Nassau County Bar Association, 2016-2019.
Editor, Annual Labor and Employment Law Issues, Nassau Lawyer, 2014-2019.