My goal is to guide clients through this emotional time as compassionately and efficiently as possible. I will explain the legal process and discuss all available options to enable my clients to make an informed decision about how to move forward. I work collaboratively with my clients to obtain a solution that meets both their immediate and long-term needs. My objective is to negotiate a favorable resolution, and I will aggressively advocate on behalf of my client if the opposing party is uncooperative.
My legal experience includes working at Scaring & Brissenden, a White Collar Criminal Defense firm with a focus on financial crimes. For the past ten years, I worked in the litigation department of the Manhattan law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP, concentrating on complex Government Investigations. The attention to detail that was necessary for that work will enable me to quickly grasp the specifics about your case, and determine a comprehensive strategy that meets your individual needs.
I was born in Queens and raised in Nassau County, where I currently reside with my husband, three children, and a labradoodle. I enjoy coaching my children's sports teams, reading, and spending quality time with family and friends.
B.A. 2002, The George Washington University
- Graduated magna cum laude
J.D. 2005, The George Washington University Law School
- Graduated with honors
- Member of the International Law Review
- Mock Trial Skills Board
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Board
- Admitted to the New York State Bar, 2006