Meet Ayeshia Krishnan Hamilton
Ayesha Hamilton focuses her practice in the area of employment and business law, with an emphasis on representing employees in claims against their present and former employers for unfair and discriminatory practices. This experience also provides Ayesha with critical insights when representing small businesses in connection with their internal HR issues and policies.
Ayesha began her legal career working with a small civil litigation law firm and realized early on that she had a passion for representing employees who had been mistreated by the powers that be at their place of employment.
“There are so many financial and emotional factors at play when someone is faced with losing a job or is subjected to unfair treatment at their workplace. When I help someone with an employment matter, I can truly make a difference in their lives.”
Ayesha is a conscientious, compassionate counselor for her clients and helps them make educated and informed decisions about how to deal with unfair practices in the workplace, navigate the HR minefield and position themselves for the best possible outcome given their unique circumstances. As principal and owner of the Hamilton Law Firm, she is committed to providing her clients with the personal attention they deserve and understands what is most important to them as individuals, business owners, employers and employees.
Ayesha has conducted seminars and spoken on employment law matters for bar associations and industry groups in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has also presented continuing legal education seminars on ethics in billing practices for the New Jersey State Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Conference and was awarded the 2013 Member of the Year Award by The Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). She is the author of “Employment Law for Employees: Practical Tips on How to Protect Yourself in the Work Place and On Your Way Out.”
When not at the office, Ayesha can be found at the gym in spin class or cheering her kids on at swim meets and on the soccer field.