Ms. Post is an attorney at law at Deasey Mahoney Valentini & North, Ltd. We believe that the interests of our clients are best served by a diversity of people, with strong advocacy while maintaining high standards of professional conduct.
Ms. Post's practice focuses on employment litigation and civil rights litigation on behalf of management.
As a litigator, Ms. Post has represented both employees and employers in litigation in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, the American Arbitration Association, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, and the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations. She has advised management and HR personnel regarding employees’ performance appraisals, employee relations, EEO investigations, employee counseling, and employee discipline. Her substantial brief writing experience includes all aspects of federal and state court and arbitration pleadings and discovery relating to labor, employment and civil rights issues.
Prior joining Deasey Mahoney Valentini & North, Ms. Post was and attorney at a private law firm in Philadelphia and was the principal at The Post Law Firm, where she represented employees in all aspects of labor and employment cases. Prior to establishing her firm, she also worked as an Assistant City Solicitor with the Labor and Employment Unit of the City of Philadelphia Law Department in its honors program. In that position, Ms. Post represented the City, its agencies, and its management in all aspects of labor and employment matters. In August 2007, Ms. Post was selected by American Lawyer Media as one of Pennsylvania’s Lawyers on the Fast Track. In 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2012, she was selected as Pennsylvania's Rising Star. She was also awarded Best Lawyers Under 40 recognition in 2010.
Ms. Post is active in the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania (“APABA-PA”) and the Philadelphia Bar Association and holds many leadership positions. She served as the President of APABA-PA in 2009. She was Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Minorities in the Profession Committee in 2006 and 2007, Vice Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Young Lawyers’ Division in 2007, and Treasurer for the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Campaign for Qualified Judges in 2008 and 2009.
Ms. Post often provides commentary on labor and employment law matters, diversity and immigration to print media, panel discussions, and legal education classes. Her articles have appeared in Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, The Philadelphia Lawyer, Philadelphia Bar Reporter, The Legal Intelligencer, and the newsletters for APABA-PA.
Ms. Post received her J.D. from Temple University School of Law, where she was Editor of Notes & Comments for the Temple International and Comparative Law Journal and received the outstanding oral advocacy award for Trial Advocacy I and the Albert P. Friedman Prize for research and writing. Ms. Post received her Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her Bachelor’s degree from Haverford College. Ms. Post speaks Burmese and French.