♦ New York University (B.A., Journalism & Psychology, 2010)
♦ St. John’s University School of Law (J.D., 2013)
Alyssa Zuckerman is an Associate whose practice focuses on representing employers in both the public and private sectors in education, labor and employment law matters. She has experience in public and private sector collective bargaining, grievance arbitrations, interest arbitrations, Education Law § 3020-a proceedings, unemployment insurance hearings and matters before the New York State Public Employment Relations Board (PERB). She is admitted to the New York Bar.
Alyssa has presented on the topic of “Social Media and Public Sector Labor and Employment Law” for the NYSBA, at a CLE program entitled “Social Media and the Workplace: Labor and Employment Legal Issues” and at Cardozo Law School for a program entitled “Social Media in Labor and Employment Law.” She is also a chapter author of the 2017 edition of Public Sector Labor and Employment Law.
Alyssa currently serves as the Vice President of the FDNY Firefighter John F. McNamara Foundation (also known as “The Johnny Mac Foundation”). She also serves on the Board of Directors of the St. John’s Law School Alumni Association as well as the Board of Advisors for the St. John’s Law School’s Center for Labor and Employment Law. Alyssa is an active member of the New York State Bar Association, where she serves on the Executive Committee of the Labor and Employment Law Section as Co-Chair of the Membership Committee. She is also a member of the Long Island Labor and Employment Relations Association and the American Bar Association. Alyssa also volunteers as a coach for the St. John’s Law School’s American Bar Association Client Counseling Competition team.
Alyssa received her law degree from St. John’s and her undergraduate degree from New York University. While at St. John’s, Alyssa was a Junior Fellow of the St. John’s Center for Labor & Employment Law, a Coca-Cola Refreshments Scholar for Excellence in Labor and Employment Law, a Cesar Chavez Memorial Scholar for Excellence in Labor and Employment Law, and received various academic honors. Alyssa also received the Samuel M. Kaynard Student Service Award from the New York State Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section for her exemplary service and accomplishments in the field of Labor and Employment Law, including her organization of numerous programs for St. John’s Law School’s Center for Labor and Employment Law and the creation of the “St. John’s Labor and Employment Law Forum” blog (www.stjclelblog.org).