Michelle Kariyeva, Esq, Associate
Michelle Kariyeva is a graduate of Touro Law School, where she was an active member of the Jewish Law Students Association, Women’s Bar Association, and Family Law Society. Michelle was also a member of the Touro Law Honors Program and Touro Law Review. In 2018, she published “Chained Against Her Will: What a Get Means for Women Under Jewish Law” (Touro Law Review. Vol 34: No.3, Article 5). Most notably, she was the recipient of the Daniel and Rose Subotnik Distinguished Writing Award.
During law school, Michelle interned for the Honorable Arthur M. Diamond in Nassau County Supreme Court, where she researched and drafted opinions on various legal issues, including claims of negligence and medical malpractice. She then externed for the Honorable John J. Leo of Suffolk County Supreme Court, where she dealt with complex divorce actions. This invaluable experience taught her that compassion and understanding are the fundamental requirements to representing anyone.
Michelle’s commitment begins and ends with the zealous representation of her injured clients. She strives to practice law to the highest level of the legal profession. Michelle’s dedication, expertise, and passion is a driving force that has helped her clients achieve favorable outcomes.