Ariadne is responsible for managing all of the firm’s employment cases (including wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, hostile work environment, family and medical leave, restrictive covenants, retaliation and whistleblower violations) from the commencement of litigation up until trial and/or settlement. She has successfully represented both employers and employees in federal and state courts as well as federal and state agencies including the NLRB, the EEOC, the OSHA, the NYC Commission on Human Rights, the NYS Division of Human Rights and the NY Department of Labor.
Before Pardalis & Nohavicka: Prior to joining the firm, Ariadne served as a research assistant in microeconomics at Harvard Law School and also taught Law School courses at the University of Edinburgh for which she received a teaching award. She was awarded First Prize in persuasive speaking in an international debate contest.
Education: Harvard Law School – LL.M. (Ernest and Walton Goodbar Scholarship; A.G. Leventis Foundation Scholarship; Cyprus Children’s Fund Scholarship Award; Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Editor)
University of Edinburgh – LL.B., First Class Honors (First in the class on Degree Dissertation)
Languages: Greek, Italian