I currently an associate at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP in the
firm's creditor's rights and bankruptcy department. While in law school, I
worked as a law clerk full time in the general practice Law Offices of Elliot S.
Schlissel, Esq. I researched and wrote motions, petitions, coorespondence and the like in
connection with estate, matrimonial, family law, contract and real estate litigation. I
recently received my J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law in May 2010. 

Religion

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Resolving the Conflict Between Jewish and Secular Estate Law, Hofstra Law Review (2009)

This brief Article, "A Practical Solution to the Conflict Between Secular and Jewish Estate Law,"...

 

Elder Law

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Resolving the Conflict Between Jewish and Secular Estate Law, Hofstra Law Review (2009)

This brief Article, "A Practical Solution to the Conflict Between Secular and Jewish Estate Law,"...

 

Conflict of Laws

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Resolving the Conflict Between Jewish and Secular Estate Law, Hofstra Law Review (2009)

This brief Article, "A Practical Solution to the Conflict Between Secular and Jewish Estate Law,"...

 

Estate Planning and Probate

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Resolving the Conflict Between Jewish and Secular Estate Law, Hofstra Law Review (2009)

This brief Article, "A Practical Solution to the Conflict Between Secular and Jewish Estate Law,"...

 

Criminal Procedure

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After Gant, Is New York’s Car Search Rule Stricter, More Lenient or Juuuust Right?, The Elliot Schlissel New York Law Blog (2009)

This short article explores the Supreme Court's recent decision of Arizona v. Gant. Given that...

 

Constitutional Law

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Fetal Homicide Laws & Legal Abortion - The Common Denominator, GetLegal.com (2009)

While some may find this surprising, many relatively pro-choice states have laws that classify the...

 

Criminal Law

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Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Without Actually Driving, GetLegal.com (2009)

Each state has its own Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (”DWI”)...

 

Matrimonial

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Getting a Common Law Marriage Recognized in a Non-Common-Law State, GetLegal.com (2010)

Although most states have abolished common law marriage, a state may still recognize such a...

 

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Navigating the Matrimonial and Family Law Jurisdictional Gauntlet Where One Party Lives Out-of-State, The Elliot Schlissel New York Law Blog (2009)

This article explains the various situations in which New York courts have jurisdiction over a...