Jack Bartholet

Jack Bartholet is a passionate civil rights and labor attorney with a zeal for legal advocacy and a deep-rooted commitment to justice. He represents a diverse array of clients in state and federal courts and is involved in a number of complex class and collective actions on behalf of workers suing large, multinational corporations.

During law school, Jack externed for the Hon. Morgan Christen on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and wrote for OnLabor, a leading labor law blog. He also wrote an unpublished book on the history and meaning of the Ninth Amendment to the United States Constitution for academic credit. Jack spent his summers working for the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office, where he worked closely with the Civil Rights Prosecution, Policy, and Criminal Appellate units to develop policies and advance cases safeguarding civil liberties, as well as for a respected social and economic justice-oriented firm, where he worked on substantial and complex appellate litigation and labor arbitrations.

Prior to law school, Jack taught English and U.S. History at a large, public high school in Massachusetts. There, he was deeply involved with his local teachers’ union and was elected to serve on the statewide Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Teachers’ Association. Prior to that, Jack served as the Executive President of the Maryland Higher Education Commission’s Student Advisory Council, Executive President of Johns Hopkins University’s student government, and editor-in-chief of the university’s student newspaper.

EDUCATION

Harvard Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2023
Johns Hopkins University, B.A. in Political Science, with honors, 2016

BAR AND COURT ADMISSIONS

Member, State Bar of Massachusetts, 2023

Admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts