Ms. Sarah McKinin represents clients in federal labor and employment claims before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Special Counsel (OSC) and the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB). She is well-versed in the administrative and procedural processes involved in representing employees before federal agencies. Ms. McKinin’s practice focuses on Title VII, ADAAA and ADEA discrimination and harassment, EEO and whistleblower reprisal, and assisting federal employees in defending against proposed disciplinary and adverse actions.
Prior to joining The Federal Practice Group, Ms. McKinin worked as an Associate at other D.C.-based law firms where she also concentrated on federal employment law matters. At these prior firms, Ms. McKinin achieved numerous case victories, to include a decision to reinstate a federal employee proposed for removal, reversal of a procedurally deficient Final Agency Decision (FAD), and six-figure whistleblower settlement.