A Look At Compensation Attorney, Jeremy Goldstein’s Career

New York State Bar Now Makes Finding An Attorney Easier Than Ever Before

 

The New York State Bar Association has launched an online website, where people looking for attorneys or legal advice can easily connect to a qualified attorney in their local area. Those searching for a lawyer can go to https://nysbalris.legal.io and fill out a short questionnaire about their legal issue at hand. The questionnaire will then be reviewed by a member of the bar and a referall to a local lawyer will be given. There is no longer any need to hunt down lawyers. You can just fill out the questionnaire and be given the names of attorneys who can help you that are located near you.

 

The Educational Background Of Jeremy Goldstein

 

Jeremy Goldstein completed his K-12 education at the Pingry School. This is a college preparatory school with campuses in the towns of Millburn and Basking Ridge, New Jersey. After graduating from the Pingry School, Jeremy Goldstein was accepted into Cornell University in Upstate New York. He completed a bachelor of arts degree in Art History at Cornell University in 1994.

 

After his graduation from Cornell University, Jeremy Goldstein applied and was accepted into the University of Chicago. He pursued a masters of arts degree in art history there. Mr. Goldstein successfully completed his masters in art history at the University of Chicago in 1996. Following his MBA studies, Jeremy enrolled at the New York University School of Law. He graduated in 1999 with a law degree and became eligible to take the New York State Bar exam.

 

The Law Career Of Jeremy Goldstein

 

After getting his law degree and passing the New York State Bar exam, Jeremy Goldstein found work at the law practice of Shearman & Sterling LLP. He worked as a law associate there. After working for one year there, Goldstein joined the practice of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz as a partner in the law firm. In the summer of 2014, Jeremy Goldstein started his own law practice that is called Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC.

 

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Jeremy L. Goldstein, Helping Navigate Complex Legal Matters

The Legal Referral and Information Service has just launched a website for those seeking a great attorney. The site is run in collaboration with the New York Bar Association and provides access to service(s) anytime it’s needed. A reviewer will match the client with an attorney based on that individual’s specific needs. Should there be a more localized service or an attorney isn’t able to be located, the referral will be sent to someone who’s able to help. The service is invaluable to those who don’t have an excessive amount of time or money to dedicate to finding an attorney.

 

Among the fine attorney’s that are featured in New York is Jeremy L. Goldstein of Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates, LLC. His firm is dedicated to corporate governance and compensation issues. Being an expert in this field, he dedicates his efforts to these and similar issues such as benefits. His educational background features Ivy League Cornell University for his undergraduate degree and New York University for his Juris Doctor (law) degree. He’s received the distinction of graduating with honors from these schools for his academic excellence. He’s lectured at events for the American Conference Institute on issues relating to executive wages. His expertise has also been lent to publications at NYU and Harvard University.

 

Being a well-rounded scholar and attorney, Jeremy Goldstein still finds time to help others. He’s served in leadership roles over the last decade for local and national nonprofit organizations. His intelligence and experience extend to many including those in need. As a prominent attorney dealing with complex legal matters on a regular basis; it’s refreshing to see someone stand out from the crowd. His hard work and dedication have not only stood the test of time; they’ve helped those in need of assistance in navigating legal matters that may seem overwhelming and intimidating.

 

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