Jessica N. Spector-Eischen

Jess combines strong communications skills with a passion for employment law to diligently address her clients' needs and aspirations while achieving the best possible outcome.


Jessica N. Spector-Eischen (“Jess”) advises and represents employers in a variety of labor and employment disputes.

Jess has experience representing clients in litigation on discrimination matters, occupational health and safety, wage and hour claims, and restrictive covenants. Jess focuses her practice not only on helping her clients work through difficult situations but also working with employers to avoid future incidents.

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts, 2022


  • George Washington University School of Law, J.D., honors, 2022
  • University of Dayton, B.S., Psychology, magna cum laude, 2019


Prior to joining the HRW team, Jess was a labor and employment attorney at a large global law firm where she represented sophisticated clients in high-profile matters. While in law school, Jess served as a judicial intern to Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and Judge William Jackson for the District of Columbia Superior Court. Jess additionally worked as an intern for Vice Chair Jocelyn Samuels of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”).



  • Member, Boston Bar Association 
  • Member, Massachusetts Bar Association 
  • Member, Women’s Bar Association 
  • Member, GrubStreet Creative Writing Center Member

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