Isaac Raisner is a committed advocate for employees and their right to
fair treatment in the workplace. He has experience representing individuals
and groups across a wide range of employment matters.
Born and raised in Queens, New York, Isaac began fighting for worker’s
rights as an undergraduate at CUNY Queens College, where he helped launch
a campaign for the ethical treatment of restaurant workers across the
city. By the time he attended law school, Isaac had successfully represented
individuals wrongly denied unemployment benefits in administrative hearings
before the New York State Department of Labor. He earned his J.D. at NYU
School of Law, where he served as staff editor for the school’s
Moot Court Board.
Before joining Buckley Beal, Isaac represented migrant and domestic farmworkers
across the state of Georgia in collective cases under the Fair Labor Standards
Act, Title VII, and the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection
Act. He has also worked in the New York and Philadelphia regional offices
of the U.S. Department of Labor, where he helped recover unpaid wages
and enforce worker safety protections.
Isaac pursues justice for his clients in a variety of legal settings. He
is a member of the Georgia and New York State Bars and admitted to practice
in the federal district and bankruptcy courts of the Middle and Southern
Districts of Georgia. When he’s not at the office, Isaac enjoys
playing golf and performing standup comedy.