Expert Workplace Investigator Honored by College of Labor and Employment Lawyers
“It is truly an honor to be named a Fellow because I believe it represents my commitment to clients, to excellence and to the profession,” said Fromholz, who investigates sensitive workplace complaints and is certified to conduct Title IX investigations.
Fromholz is one of 79 inductees in 2017 joining nearly 1,400 Fellows internationally. She is one of only four 2017 inductees from across California and the only attorney selected from Los Angeles County.
The inductees will be honored on November 11, 2017 in Washington, D.C.
Fromholz, who has been in practice 22 years, serves on the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Judicial Appointments Committee. She’s also a member of the American Bar Association Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice and the American and Los Angeles County bar associations’ labor and employment sections.
At the LACBA Domestic Violence Legal Services Project, Ann helps victims of domestic violence and elder abuse obtain temporary and permanent restraining orders. She helps nonprofits, such as APLA Health and Homeboy Industries. Through the Constitutional Rights Foundation, she spent the past four years coaching the Animo Pat Brown Charter High School mock trial team.