Claire works on aviation and commercial litigation matters.
Claire’s practice includes tort, contract, securities and financial litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Claire was an associate at an insurance defense firm specializing in toxic tort and product liability matters. She previously also clerked at a law firm focusing on securities arbitration.
Claire is a graduate of Fordham University School of Law where she was a recipient of the Fordham Merit Scholarship and a finalist in the American Association for Justice Trial Advocacy Competition. During law school, she was also a competitor and the managing editor for the Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy Team. She received The New York City Trial Lawyers Alliance Trial Advocacy Award and the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award, cum laude, for her dedication to public interest work.
In addition to her legal practice, Claire serves as an Adjunct Professor at Fordham University, where she coaches the school’s trial advocacy team and instructs students on evidence, criminal and civil procedure, case theory, trial preparation, and presentation. Claire is fluent in her native language of French and is proficient in Spanish. During law school, Claire was a volunteer interpreter for the City Bar Justice Center.