Jeremy Goldstein: A Respected Legal Expert

Finding a lawyer that matched an individual’s case used to be a hectic task. Not anymore, this is after the launch of an online portal available to New York residents whereby they can be able to get lawyers who match their case from the comfort of their homes. The portal came as a result of the collaboration by the New York State Bar Association and an online legal technology provider. It aims at providing people the best service at the lowest possible fee.


To get a suitable lawyer, a person is required to visit the portal, fill the form to describe their case. Interesting to note, upon one’s submission, the form is reviewed by the bar, then the best lawyer assigned to their case. In case the applicant is not from New York, the application is forwarded to the county where the applicant comes from, and it is taken up by the bar in charge of that county. This portal aims at providing quick and top quality service at the lowest possible fee.


About Jeremy Goldstein


Jeremy Goldstein works with Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC., a law company that specializes in compensation issues and corporate management legal issues. Before establishing his firm, Jeremy Goldstein has previously worked with different firms from which he has gathered a lot of experience. These firms include Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen, & Katz which he also co-founded. Jeremy Goldstein’s track record of good work has earned him the privilege of serving as the chair of the merger and acquisition department of the business section of the Americas Bar Association.


Jeremy Goldstein studied Law at the prestigious New York University. He later joined the prestigious University of Chicago and attained a Masters in Arts. Jeremy also holds a Bachelor of Arts from the renowned Cornell University. Jeremy Goldstein is serving as a volunteer director at Fountain House an organization dealing with social services.


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