Alexander M. Castro
Alexander M. Castro

Before joining Mead, Talerman & Costa, Alex worked as in-house labor and employment counsel for the MBTA where he represented the Authority at arbitration and mediation, in collective bargaining, and before various administrative agencies of the Commonwealth. He also conducted internal investigations, oversaw employee disciplines, and regularly advised management on a number of labor and employment issues, including collective bargaining agreements, protected leave, discrimination, wage and hour disputes, sexual harassment, and workplace violence. While in law school, Alex interned for two of Boston’s leading labor and employment law firms, as well as for the senior trial attorney for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Boston Office. He also spent time as a volunteer at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
Alex graduated from Bowdoin College in 2006 with a degree in Political Theory and Religion and a minor in Spanish. While at Bowdoin, Alex spent a semester studying abroad at the University of Granada, Spain and was captain of the Bowdoin Rugby Team.