Corrine Shea Associate




Corrine Shea handles Employment & Labor cases in all phases of litigation, including discovery, motion practice and settlement discussions. To prevent lawsuits and administrative actions from arising in the first place, Corrine works proactively with clients to create a culture that reduces legal exposure and avoids specific situations that can give rise to claims. With clients consisting of private- and public-sector employers, Corrine is involved in all aspects of federal and state employment discrimination laws, handling cases arising under all state and federal fair employment practices statutes and appearing before most administrative and judicial tribunals. 

Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Corrine was the Mediation Program Attorney in the Office of Mediation and Conflict Resolution at the New York City Commission on Human Rights. Corrine assisted the Mediator by evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of legal and factual claims of each case, identifying impediments to settlement, researching outstanding questions of fact and law, and identifying potential settlement solutions.

Corrine is active in the Corporate Counsel section of the New York State Bar Association and serves as Editor for their publication, Inside. Please contact her if you are interested in submitting an article for the publication.