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Nhan T. Ho

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+1.313.496.7500
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Education

J.D., Wayne State University Law School, magna cum laude, 2018

B.A., Brigham Young University, magna cum laude, 2013

Languages

Nhan Ho's practice concentrates on employment discrimination, leave rights, and wage and hour litigation and disputes. She regularly counsels employers on their policies and practices to address specific challenges in the workplace. Nhan was previously an intern for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. 

Honors

Wayne State University School of Law
Two-time Gold Key Award recipient (3.9 GPA or above)
David Adamany Constitutional Law Award (best grade in Constitutional Law)
J. Grano Academic Award (best grade in Criminal Procedure)
Governor's Scholar (academic achievement)
Wayne Law Review, Senior Article Editor
Moot Court

Professional Activities

Member, Equal Employment Opportunity Committee, 2019-2021

Editorial Board, American Bar Association Litigation News

American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section, Young Lawyer Division Fellowship Program Participant

Speeches

"What's Next for the Governor's Emergency Powers? Breaking Down the Michigan Supreme Court Decision," Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce webinar, Oct. 8, 2020

"Are Your Policies COVID Compliant?," Michigan Chamber of Commerce webinar, Sept. 24, 2020

"Reopening Business: Employer Issues and Risks," Michigan Manufacturers Association webinar, May 14, 2020 (audio recording)

Publications

"Medical Marijuana Discrimination Claim Survives Dismissal," American Bar Association Litigation News, August 6, 2020

"FLSA Claims Can Be Resolved Without Judicial Approval," American Bar Association Litigation News, June 18, 2020

"Presumed Employees Until Proven Independent Contractors," American Bar Association Litigation News, March 10, 2020

"Global Outlook," Profiled in Detroit Legal News, May 23, 2018

"Unambiguitize Luis v. United States: A Burden Shifting," The Wayne Law Review (February 2018)

Articles