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Attorney Jill Mendelberg

Serving Employment Law Needs in Bronx, Brooklyn & Surrounding Areas

Since 2003, Attorney Jill Mendelberg has been an associate of Kreisberg & Maitland concentrating on labor and employment matters. She focuses on helping clients with labor arbitrations, employee disciplinary proceedings, and employment discrimination cases in both state and federal courts including appeals. Her work has helped Kreisberg & Maitland earn a reputation as a reliable ally in matters of employment law.

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Protecting Clients for Decades

Ms. Mendelberg received her Juris Doctor degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in 2000. She graduated cum laude (top 15% of her class) and was an Articles Editor for the Cardozo Woman's Law Journal. During that time, she authored an article in 1999 entitled Comment: Employers and Employees Beware: The Duties Imposed by the Recent Supreme Court Decisions and their Impact on Sexual Harassment Law.

She also participated in the Cardozo Criminal Law clinic representing indigent defendants in criminal proceedings. Prior to joining the Firm, She was an Assistant Corporation Counsel at the New York City Law Department in the Manhattan office. Ms. Mendelberg is admitted to practice in New York.

Committed to Holding Responsible Parties Accountable

Since her time at Kreisberg & Maitland, Ms. Mendelberg has helped to represent thousands of clients in cases involving employment law and civil rights. Her contributions to our firm have helped us to earn a reputation as a formidable ally for our clients. We offer free consultations to anyone who believes they may have a case. To learn more about the legal options you could have available, call today.

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Practice Areas

  • Employment law
  • Civil rights

Bar Admissions

  • New York


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