Eylan Schulman

Eylan Schulman

Eylan Schulman is the founding attorney of the firm.  Mr. Schulman has a civil rights, criminal, and commercial litigation practice, with a focus on complex cases.   
 

For over 12 years, Mr. Schulman has litigated cases in both state and federal courts.  Mr. Schulman has represented a diverse group of clients.  Mr. Schulman’s focus has been representing individuals in actions related to civil rights, criminal, and commercial disputes.  Mr. Schulman’s experience as counsel to both plaintiffs and defendants gives him the unique insight and specialized judgement to aid client’s in achieving the best possible outcome.  
 

Mr. Schulman serves as an Arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association No-Fault Insurance panel, and was appointed by the New York State Department of Financial Services to assist in the resolution of disputes between medical providers and insurance companies. 

Eylan Schulman began his legal career at the New York City Law Department.  Mr. Schulman spent four years in the Special Litigation Unit litigating high-exposure and high-profile cases against the City of New York, followed by three years as a Trial Attorney specializing in police misconduct cases in Bronx County.  Mr. Schulman handled a diverse caseload, including litigation and negotiation related to civil rights and insurance claims.   During this tenure, Mr. Schulman tried multiple serious matters to verdict, with unparalleled success.
 

Eylan Schulman is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.  Mr. Schulman teaches courses in Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation and Trial Advocacy. In 2015, Mr. Schulman was awarded the prestigious Barbara Salken Outstanding Professor Award as Adjunct Professor of the Year. Mr. Schulman has also taught trial advocacy and was a coach for the St. John’s University School of Law trial advocacy program.  As a coach, Mr. Schulman won numerous trial advocacy championships, including at the National Trial Competition, American Association for Justice, National Black Law Students Association and ABA’s Labor and Employment Law competitions.