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About Paul

Paul S. Zilberfein was admitted to practice law in 1993 and has been actively representing clients in lawsuits and arbitrations since that time. When faced with legal issues, whether related to your business or your personal life, you need an experienced lawyer - one with the sophistication and resources to handle your case, as well as personally guide you through the resolution of your issues. If you are involved in a dispute which requires the services of a seasoned litigator or litigation adviser, Paul can provide the type of counsel and representation that only many years of the practice of law and litigation can give. Paul's experience includes working as an associate in the law firm of F. Lee Bailey and Aaron J. Broder, where he did extensive trial preparation in many high-profile cases including the Pan Am Flight 103 disaster over Lockerbie. That litigation resulted in a record breaking $19 million verdict.

work Experience

Law Clerk - United States District Court - S.D.N.Y.
Judge Gerard L. Goettel
Jan. 1, 1991 - Jan. 1, 1991
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Associate Attorney
Law Office of F. LEE BAILEY & AARON J. BRODER
Jan. 1, 1995 - Jan. 1, 1996
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Senior Trial Attorney
Jacoby & Meyers - Personal Injury Unit
Jan. 1, 1997 - Jan. 1, 1999
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Senior Trial Attorney
Selective Insurance Company
Jan. 1, 2001 - Jan. 1, 2010
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Owner
The Paul Zilberfein Law Firm
Jan. 1, 2010 - Current
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school Education

State University of NY at New Paltz
BS - Bachelor of Science
- 1978

Pace University School of Law
JD - Juris Doctor
- 1993

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GRADUATED "CUM LAUDE"
PACE LAW SCHOOL
1992
PACE LAW REVIEW - MANAGING EDITOR
PACE LAW SCHOOL
1992

group Associations

Member
New York City Bar Association
2014 - Current

MEMBER
New York State Trial Lawyers Association
2010 - Current

import_contacts Published Works

Employment Division, Department of Human Resources of Oregon v. Smith: The Erosion of Religious Liberty
Pace Law Review

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