Dacey Romberg advises the firm’s clients on a wide range of employment matters such as leave laws, wage and hour laws, handbooks and policies, remote work issues, disability accommodations, and other personnel matters.
Prior to joining Harmon Curran, Dacey attended the University of Tennessee College of Law where she held positions in Law Women and the Pro Bono Executive Board and volunteered with many pro bono projects. In her third year of law school, she worked in the Domestic Violence Legal Clinic where she helped low-income clients in Knox County obtain Orders of Protection. After law school, she litigated long-term disability insurance cases, and now uses that experience to counsel clients whose employees are applying for long-term disability or seeking disability accommodations. Most recently before joining the firm, Dacey served as in-house counsel for a federal contractor. There she worked closely with human resources and labor relations professionals to institute best practices and policies, navigate complex personnel and legal issues, and train employees and high-level executives on employment laws. Dacey enjoys working with clients to resolve challenging employment law issues in a way that benefits the client and their employees.
Dacey lives in Washington D.C. with her husband, who is an engineer, and her cat, who is currently out of the job market. Outside of work, she can be found playing tennis, reading, running, and listening to podcasts.