Charlotte Drew

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About Charlotte

Charlotte represents life sciences and technology companies in all areas of employment law, including litigation, counseling and administrative matters. Charlotte’s experience includes implementing personnel practices and procedures, advising clients with various personnel matters, including hiring, terminations and workplace discrimination and harassment, and developing and enforcing non-competes and restrictive covenants. She also represents clients in wage and hour cases, severance disputes and misclassification matters before state and federal courts.

Prior to joining Cooley, Charlotte clerked for the Hon. U.S.M.J. Judith Gail Dein in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, in her capacity as magistrate judge assigned to the Puerto Rico bankruptcy litigation.

While in law school, Charlotte served as the note editor for the Boston University International Law Journal, and as a student defender in the Boston University Criminal Defense Clinic. Charlotte has a master’s degree in International Law and Global Security and interned at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda prior to law school.


Boston University School of Law
JD, 2014, cum laude

Georgetown University
MA, 2009, International Law and Global Security, with honors

Georgetown University
BA, 2008, Government, magna cum laude

Memberships & affiliations

Massachusetts Bar Association, Complex Commercial Litigation Section Council

Boston University School of Law Executive Committee