Jeremy Goldstein; Lawyer, Art History Major & Philanthropist

Finding the right lawyer in the New York area for the legal advice you need, can be a complicated and stressful situation. Where do you even begin and how much will it cost? One can start by contacting The New York State Bar Association’s Lawyer and Referral Service (LRIS) as they have recently developed an online portal for those in need of a lawyer. It is confidential, and a consumer can contact them by phone or online at: which is available 24 hours a day. A potential client goes online to fill out a questionnaire to describe what it is that they need and where they are located, then the State Bar staff reviews it and match a client with a lawyer in their area. Referrals are free; however if a client decides to speak to a lawyer, there is a $35 fee for the first half hour. If a client decides to go with the services of the lawyer after the consultation, further fees and such can be discussed between the two parties.


Jeremy Goldstein is a lawyer in the greater New York area that specializes in CEO’s, corporate government matters, corporations and management teams in executive compensation, and advertising compensation committees. He started his own boutique firm, called Jeremy Goldstein & Associates, LLC and has been around since June of 2014. Before forming his own firm, Jeremy Goldstein has worked as an Associate at Shearman & Sterling LLP from August of 1999 to July of 2000. Afterwards, Jeremy Goldstein became Partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz for fourteen years until starting his own firm.


Jeremy Goldstein attended Cornell University where he received his BA in Art History form 1991-1995, then an MA from the University of Chicago in Art History. Jeremy went on to attend the New York University School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor in Law. In addition to all of this, Jeremy Goldstein makes the time to volunteer at the Fountain House, which helps mentally ill adults in various ways such as schooling, housing, medical treatment, and a sense of belonging. His education, experience, and his heart make him not only a great person, but a good lawyer.


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