Irina Dularidze, Esq

Irina Dularidze, Esq.
Irina Dularidze, Esq. is a graduate of St. John’s University School of Law and is admitted to practice in New York.  While in law school, Irina was a member of the New York International Law Review and a student-lawyer at Brooklyn Defender Services where she represented indigent defendants in Kings County Criminal Court. After graduating law school, Irina worked for a law firm specializing in workers’ compensation and personal injury law, working heavily with clients.

She went on to clerk for two judges in the New York Supreme Court, the Honorable Thomas J. McCullough and the Honorable Doris Ling Cohan, of the First Appellate Term. After her fellowships, Irina worked for the New York City Human Resources Administration, Department of Social Services, advising on legal and policy matters.

For the past two years, Irina has been working in creditors’ rights and real estate law, representing investors and financial institutions.  She has litigated in New York Supreme Court, New York Surrogate’s Court and New York Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, attended mediations and conferences and drafted dozens of motions.  Having gained invaluable experience, Irina chose to return to a field where she represented individuals who are navigating the complexities of the law and the courts.  As an experienced attorney, an excellent writer, and someone dedicated to assisting those who need help the most, she will advocate for you every step of the way.

Acknowledgements

  • Creditors’ rights and real estate law
  • Workers’ compensation and personal injury law
  • Litigated in New York Supreme Court, New York Surrogate’s Court and New York Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings
  • Graduate of St. John’s University School of Law