Team

The Firm is purposefully pro-affirmative action. Qualified persons of color are strongly encouraged to inquire about potential employment opportunities.



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Douglas E. Fierberg

ATTORNEY

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Monica H. Beck

MANAGING LEGAL COUNSEL | ALL OFFICES

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Cari S. Simon

MANAGING LEGAL COUNSEL | BOULDER

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Jonathon N. Fazzola

ATTORNEY

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Chloe M. Neely

ATTORNEY

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Lisa N. Cloutier

MANAGING LEGAL COUNSEL | BOSTON

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Olympias Iliana Konidaris (“Iliana”)

MANAGING LEGAL COUNSEL | NEW YORK CITY

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Carly N. Mee

ATTORNEY

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Chris D. DeJong

EXECUTIVE PRACTICE MANAGER

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Taylor N. Picard

PARALEGAL

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Erika L. Yobbi

COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER | PARALEGAL

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Libby L. Munoz-Smith

PARALEGAL

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Darcell McCoy

SPECIAL PROJECTS & INVESTIGATIONS | FBI RETIRED

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Nancy Hogshead-Makar

AFFILIATED TRIAL COUNSEL

The search for qualified counsel is as difficult as it is important.  You should ask lawyers you interview for specific examples of the number and type of school cases they have handled, including the results obtained.  Have they been involved in the enactment of legislation and legal precedent protecting the rights of survivors and victims of school violence?  School, college and fraternity hazing, death and injury cases are often fundamentally different from claims involving medical malpractice, automobile accidents, slip and falls, and the other types of tort claims trial lawyers most often handle.  Ask them about their experience and ability to assist you in the passage of victims’ rights legislation, should you have that concern.  We welcome the opportunity to be of assistance.  If we cannot assist you directly, we are happy to provide you with referrals to other lawyers around the country qualified to represent you on such matters.*

*All communication with The Fierberg National Law Group is confidential.