CHLOE DAVIS, ESQ., Attorney at Sinapi Law

Leading Ladies 2023


Chloe Davis, Esq. is passionate about ensuring her clients’ legal rights. Described by colleagues as “passionate, dedicated, thorough, and tenacious” she practices civil rights law at SINAPI LAW ASSOCIATES, LTD., a firm specializing in employment and civil rights litigation.

Chloe was inspired by political events in recent years. “During the Trump Administration, protests were taking place to challenge the erosion of civil rights,” she explains. “At the same time, news stories about unarmed Black men and women being harmed or killed by the police were increasingly surfacing. I finally decided that I needed to do more to help people directly.” That spirit led to her role at Sinapi Law and to work with the RI National Lawyers Guild where she has been a Legal Observer and a board member since January 2017.

Chloe credits her law school training with making her the person she is today. “Roger Williams University gave me extraordinary opportunities, with inspiring professors and unique internships with judges, non-

profits, and the AG’s Office,” she says. “I finished fourth in my class with two years of clerkships lined up, my first year with the Rhode Island Superior Court, and then a year with Rhode Island Supreme Court Justice Francis X. Flaherty.”

At Sinapi Law, Chloe is responsible for the firm’s civil rights cases against police departments, municipalities, and agencies. That includes cases involving “violations of First (freedom of speech) and Fourth (excessive force and unreasonable searches and seizures) Amendment rights and cases against the Department of Corrections for violations of Fourth and Eighth (cruel and unusual punishments) Amendment and statutory rights, including disability discrimination stemming from a failure to provide necessary medical care and accommodations,” she explains. As for her employment law practice, in June 2022, Chloe secured a jury verdict and $2.1 million judgment for her clients in a case involving unpaid wages and worker misclassification. Challenging work no doubt, which she under- takes with enthusiasm and commitment.

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