New York family lawyer Steven J. Mandel doesn’t shy away from the spotlight or the high-profile case. He worked his way through college and law school as a professional singer and comedian. Mandel’s confidence, quick wit, and persuasion skills have served him well on the stage and in the courtroom.
Founded in 1980, The Mandel Law Firm is based upon the philosophy of J.P. Morgan who said: “I don’t want a lawyer to tell me what I cannot do. I hire him to tell me how to do what I want to do.”
Steve is a faculty member of the New York College of Matrimonial Trial Attorneys and as such, prepares continuing education programs and teaches other lawyers how to practice law. Martindale-Hubbell® awarded him an AV Preeminent® rating, the “highest possible in both legal ability and ethical standards” and he received a perfect “10” rating from AVVO for “peer recognition & client satisfaction.”
Even with all the accolades he receives, Steve measures success by the thoughtful “thank you cards” he receives from his satisfied clients. He’s been described as “the Picasso of the legal profession” because his creativity is a proven factor in obtaining major settlements and courtroom victories. Steve has a proven ability to keenly assess each client’s situation and tailor an approach best suited to a successful outcome. For this reason, he has succeeded with what other lawyers might describe as “the un-winnable case” and why clients come to The Mandel Law Firm when losing for them is not an option.