Lois R. Finkelstein, an experienced litigator, is a frequent lecturer on Family Law and in particular on issues involving child custody, child support, and child custody litigation.
Ms. Finkelstein teaches Continuing Legal Education courses for the Family Law Section of the District of Columbia Bar. She has been selected as a voting delegate for the Annual Judicial Conference of the District of Columbia (Washington DC).
She teaches at the Pro Se Plus Divorce Clinic sponsored by the District of Columbia (Washington DC) Public Services Activities Corporation, is frequently interviewed on radio. She was a guest lecturer at George Washington University School of Law, and has been quoted by Money Magazine as an expert in matrimonial and Family Law issues.
Ms. Finkelstein, was formerly a principal in the law firm of Freer, McGarry, Bodansky & Rubin, P.C.
Ms. Finkelstein also served as the law clerk to the Honorable Rhea Burrow at the Office of Administrative Law Judges at the Department of Labor, and was an attorney with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission where she litigated the Three Mile Island Restart case.
Ms. Finkelstein graduated cum laude from the University of Connecticut in 1973 where she received a B.S. degree in rehabilitation counseling. She earned her Masters in rehabilitation counseling from George Washington University. Lois Finkelstein earned her Juris Doctor from Western New England College School of Law, where she was an editor on the law review.
Ms. Finkelstein serves on the Board of Associates of the National Rehabilitation Hospital, and the Benefit Committee for the Kingsbury Center. If you want to speak with Lois now, call 301-907-4580 (extension 102) or send an email to email@example.com.
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