We are a midtown Manhattan law firm that focuses in the areas of Education Law, Labor and Employment Law, Developmental Disabilities Law, Civil Rights Law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and Corporate Law.

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About Our Firm

Welcome to Shebitz Berman & Delforte, P.C. We are a boutique law firm located in Midtown Manhattan known far and wide for our work in the field of Education Law. We are a leader in the field. While our Education Law practice is dynamic and encompasses many different areas of law, our primary areas of focus also include Labor and Employment Law, Developmental Disabilities Law, Civil Rights Law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and Corporate Law. For over 25 years we have created and represented public and private education institutions large and small, from preschools to colleges, as well as championed the rights of individuals.

Education Law is what we do; it is our passion, and that passion is what sets us apart. It is the reason why most of our clients have stayed with us for many years, and why we are really good at what we do. To learn more about how we can partner with you to protect your interests, please do not hesitate to call us.  

You can reach us 212-832-2797.

The law we practice is often complex and sophisticated and, as a result, we take a creative approach to law and litigation. As a boutique, we are able to provide our clients with the personal attention they might not find elsewhere, especially with larger firms whose practices and client bases are too broad to allow them the luxury of providing specific attention, knowledge, and resources to each individual client.

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