Ms. Grimshaw began her career in 2009 as a law clerk for the Honorable Christopher F. Droney of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. In 2010, Ms. Grimshaw then transitioned to private practice and served as an Associate in the Litigation Group of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, assisting with large-scale corporate litigation and governmental investigations. In January 2012, Ms. Grimshaw was again able to act as a law clerk for the Honorable Christopher F. Droney, following his elevation to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
In February 2013, Ms. Grimshaw joined Collazo Florentino & Keil LLP, a boutique firm that focuses on management-side labor and employment law and litigation, as an Associate. Ms. Grimshaw has represented clients before administrative tribunals and in federal litigation. Ms. Grimshaw also advises clients on a wide range of topics including employment policies and handbooks, wage and hour compliance, reasonable accommodations, reduction-in-force planning, separation agreements, and compliance with other federal, state and local labor and employment laws. In addition, Ms. Grimshaw has experience conducting workplace investigations and advising employers on issues related to union organization.
During law school, Ms. Grimshaw was Editor-in-Chief of the Cornell International Law Journal, in which her Note, Taming the Paper Tiger: A Comparative Approach to Reforming Japanese Gender Equality Laws, was published. Ms. Grimshaw also served as the President of the Women’s Law Coalition and received the Arthur S. Chatman Labor Law Prize.