Alix R. Rubin, Esq. founded Rubin Employment Law in 2010 when she saw the need for compassionate legal counsel for both employers and employees. Alix's goal is always to help her clients resolve their disputes cost effectively and with as little disruption to their lives as possible.
Alix graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. degree in English and French from Tufts University. She earned a Master of Journalism degree from Temple University and worked as a public relations practitioner and journalist before earning a J.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Alix is admitted to the bar in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Alix began her career in private practice as a general litigator. She soon incorporated employment law into her practice and has focused on it almost exclusively in recent years. She was a litigation associate at two major New Jersey firms for eight years and a partner at the New Jersey office of a small New York firm for five years.
In addition to running her own law firm, Alix is an investigator at Verita, LLC, where she conducts internal workplace investigations of employee misconduct, and of counsel to Clark Guldin and Mandelbaum Salsburg, P.C. She is a former member of a New Jersey District Ethics Committee, and currently serves as secretary of the Board of Trustees of Volunteer Lawyers for Justice and a director of the Wharton Alumni Club of New Jersey.
Languages Spoken: English, French
Licensed since 1996
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Pro Bono Attorney of the Year||Volunteer Lawyers for Justice||2006|
|The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel||Independent Contractors Can Be Protected Under New Jersey’s Whistleblower Statute||2007|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Broader CEPA a Mixed Blessing||2007|
|The Business Suit||Second Circuit Update: Thompson Memorandum’s Attorneys’ Fees Provision Held Unconstitutional||2006|
|The Business Suit||Second Circuit Update: Sarbanes-Oxley Permits Corporation to Advance Defense Costs to Its Officers and Directors||2006|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Circumstantial Proof Is Sufficient||2006|
|The Practical Guide to Federal and New Jersey Employment Law: The Employer’s Resource||The Practical Guide to Federal and New Jersey Employment Law: The Employer’s Resource||2002|
|New York Law Journal||Anonymous ‘Posters’ Complicate Discovery||2001|
|OT Practice||The Americans With Disabilities Act, Reasonable Accommodations and Therapists’ Responsibilities||1998|
|University of Pennsylvania Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Tufts University||English and French||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|