Attorney Vineesha Sow, was honored at this year’s Rise Up annual celebration for Bottom Line on Thursday, April 27, 2023.
Bottom Line supports first generation degree-aspiring students in Boston with getting into and graduating from college, so that students have opportunities to achieve social and economic mobility for themselves, their families and their communities.. This year’s Rise up event raised $1.1 million to support Bottom Line’s Young Men of Color initiative The funds will help ensure that Bottom Line can continue to partner with more than 2,250 students of color from under-resourced communities and dramatically increase the number of young men of color served through their programs.
Vineesha focuses her practice on employment and education matters. She has extensive experience advising higher education institutions, public school districts, and independent schools in a full-spectrum of areas, including but not limited to student- and parent-related issues, disciplinary matters, special education and civil rights. Vineesha also has extensive experience representing education institutions in matters before the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, and the Division of Administrative Law Appeals in MA. In the context of employment, Vineesha advises clients on a range of employment matters such as separation agreements, terminations, discrimination/harassment, and she has significant experience conducting workplace investigations. Vineesha has represented a range of clients in arbitrations, collective bargaining and before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. Vineesha can be reached in the firm’s Boston office at (857) 305-1963 or email@example.com.