Samantha M. Sbrocchi is an associate attorney with Antonelli & Antonelli. Samantha obtained her Juris Doctor from Touro Law Center Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, cum laude. While at Touro Law, Samantha served on the senior staff of the Touro Law Review and her article, “Gender Wage Gap: The Time to Speak Up is Now” was published in Volume 35, Issue 2 of the Touro Law Review Journal. Samantha also participated in Touro Law’s Bankruptcy Clinic, whereby she spent over one hundred hours helping provide pro bono services to low income clients. Samantha received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Hofstra University.
Samantha helps clients with their various probate, administration, and estate litigation matters, including will contests and contested accountings. She is also certified to serve as a court appointed Guardian ad Litem in New York State Surrogate’s Court, where she represents the interests of individuals under a legal disability.
For Samantha, the legal field is one of endless learning. She frequently attends Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars to expand her knowledge and stay current with the ever-changing law.
As a Long Island native, Samantha has always dreamed of practicing law in New York City and its surrounding boroughs. While outside of the office, Samantha enjoys traveling, cooking, spending time with family, friends, and her golden retriever and yellow labrador retriever.
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