Jessica B. Grynberg holds a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Anthropology from Boston University and a Juris Doctor from Benjamin Cardozo School of Law in New York City. Ms. Grynberg attended law school on a full-tuition merit scholarship. She graduated law school with concentrations in both Litigation and Family Law. While at Cardozo, Ms. Grynberg also obtained a certificate in Dispute Resolution and in May 2013, she completed a mediation training at Harvard Law School.

Ms. Grynberg discovered her passion for family law her second year of law school when she participated in a divorce mediation clinic at the New York Supreme Court in Manhattan. As a mediator, Ms. Grynberg was able to help divorcing couples reach successful Separation Agreements. Early on, Ms. Grynberg was able to appreciate the benefits inherent to mediation. Ms. Grynberg is committed to educating people about the benefits of non-litigious resolution processes. Ms. Grynberg recently co-authored an article on the benefits of joint-session mediation, published online. You can read the article by following this link: http://www.mediate.com/articles/MakoffJ1.cfm

Ms. Grynberg also volunteers as a pro bono attorney at the Family Justice Center – Legal Network representing victims of domestic violence, helping them obtain permanent restraining orders.