Robyn L. Rothman

Trial Attorney

J.D. Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center (2016 ) B.A. Political Science, Queens College, City University of New York (2012)
State of New York
The New York State Bar Association

Prior to joining Finkelstein & Partners, LLP as a Trial Attorney, Ms.Rothman was a Motions and Appellate Attorney at a plantiff 's personal injury firm in Long Island. She gained valuable experience early in her career working as a Legal Intern at the NYS Workers' Compensation Board. She also served as a Judicial Extern for Hon. David Elliot, J.S.C, Queens County and Appellate Term 2d Dept.

While pursuing her degree, Ms.Rothman received a number of prestigious recognitions and awards, including the CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Best Legal Brief (2014), the CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Comparative Privacy Law (2015), the Touro Law Review-Moot Court Student Colloquium Winner – Best Student Paper (2015), and the American Bar Assn – BNA Bloomberg Award for Excellence in Intellectual Property (2016).

Ms.Rothman focuses primarily on motor vehicle, premises liability, and nursing home abuse cases. 

"During law school, I had the unique opportunity to work for the NYS Workers’ Compensation Board where I gained valuable insight into work-related personal injuries. At the Workers’ Compensation Board, I was charged with making determinations on the injuries and degree of permanency using the law, sitting in on hearings and analyzing medical records and testimony. Prior to joining F&P, I practiced law as a motion and appellate attorney at a plaintiff’s personal injury firm in Long Island, where I authored several motions and briefs that resulted in favorable outcomes for my clients and provided a solid foundation for my zealous advocacy and understanding the technical aspects of practicing law in the State of New York. Now, as a trial attorney for F&P, I believe these experiences have given me a unique perspective when working to obtain the best outcome for my clients who have suffered traumatic injuries as a result of another’s failure to follow laws, rules, and community standards."  -Robyn L. Rothman, Esq.