Jacqueline Carranza, Esq.



Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
Doctor of Law (JD)

John Jay College of Criminal Justice (BA)


New York
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York (EDNY)
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York (SDNY)

Jacqueline Carranza, a staunch advocate for those confronting discrimination and sexual harassment, brings a unique set of qualifications to her practice. A graduate of Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberger Center, she is licensed to practice in New York and the USDC Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Her comprehensive legal expertise encompasses Title VII, the American Disabilities Act, and New York State and City Human Rights Laws.

Jacqueline interned with the Long Island Hispanic Association during law school and externed for the Honorable Linda K. Mejias at the New York State Court of Claims. Her commitment to her field was recognized with a merit scholarship, two consecutive Long Island Hispanic Association scholarships in 2020 and 2021, and the Faculty Recognition Award for Academic Excellence in Civil Dispute Resolution and Procedure II. Jacqueline is also fluent in Spanish, broadening her ability to assist diverse clients.

As an employment discrimination attorney, Jacqueline has honed her skills through the successful management of numerous private and EEOC mediations and settlement conferences. Before joining EEP, Jacqueline worked as a Lead Attorney at a high-volume plaintiff-side employment discrimination firm. Her most recent courtroom triumph occurred in February 2024, when she effectively argued before District Judge Hon Gary R. Brown, securing a victory against a Motion for Summary Judgement in a case of workplace sexual harassment and retaliation.

Jacqueline's professional journey is characterized by her passionate advocacy and impactful legal victories, making her a formidable ally for those she represents. Jacqueline is a native New Yorker and a proud daughter of immigrant parents.

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