Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law/1982
Admitted to Practice
AAML Position(s) Held
- Connecticut Chapter, Past President
- 1997 to date, Member of New York state Bar Assn. Family Law Section Executive Committee, and Chairperson for the section’s Committee on Public Service and Education
- 2002 Member of the Connecticut Bar Assn. Family Law Section Executive Committee
- 2004-2007, Co-Chairperson of the Fairfield County Bar Assn. Law Practice Management Committee
- 1998-2002, Served New York State Court Uncontested Divorce Committee and currently serve on the Continuing Legal Education Committee for the American Bar Association Family Law Section.
- ABA Famly Law Section New York City, New York 8/8/08-8/10/08, Produced and moderated program on Electronic Evidence for the Family Lawyer”
- Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts Virginia Beach Virginia 6/19/08-6/21/08, Lectured on “The Lawyer-CDFA Partnership and High Net Worth Cases” (I have also lectured on divorce issues for the Institute in Atlanta, Georgia, Las Vegas, Nevada, Toronto, Canada, San Antonio, Texas and other locations within the United States)
- ABA Family Law Section Meeting Memphis, Tennessee 10/10/07-10/13/07, Produced and moderated program “Special Needs: Special Planning, A Primer on the Legal and Financial Issues”
- Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 10/20/05-10/21/05, Lectured on “Divorce Basics”
- Connecticut Bar Assn. New Britain, Connecticut 5/30/03, Lectured on “The Bulletproof Financial Affidavit”‘
- Benjamin Cardozo School of Law New York City, New York 3/26/03, Lectured on “New York and Connecticut Divorce Law, How They Differ and Why You Need to Know”.
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