Lisa Dvoskin

Lisa Dvoskin






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♦  State University of New York at Old Westbury
(B.A., 2004)

♦  Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
(J.D., 2008)



♦  New York

♦  Eastern and Southern Districts of New York





  • Member, Nassau County Bar Association, Real Estate Law Committee and Labor & Employment Law Committee
  • Member, Suffolk County Bar Association, Real Property Law Committee and Labor & Employment Law Committee



Corporate and Real Estate


Lisa Dvoskin is an accomplished legal professional with a diverse background in many areas of the law, including litigation, real estate, employment, and corporate law.  She now focuses her practice upon commercial and residential real estate transactions, secured lending, corporate transactions, employment law, intellectual property, and liquor licensing.


Prior to joining Lamb & Barnosky, Ms. Dvoskin worked for more than 25 years for a prominent Long Island boutique law firm, first as a paralegal, and, following law school, for 12 years as an attorney.  Ms. Dvoskin is a member of the Nassau County and Suffolk County Bar Associations’ Real Property Law Committees and Labor & Employment Law Committees.  She is admitted to the courts of New York State and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York.


Ms. Dvoskin received her law degree from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. There, she received the Excellence Award in Interviewing, Negotiating and Counseling, was a participant in the Alexander Hamilton Inn of Court, an educational organization devoted to excellence in all areas of the law, and volunteered with Nassau Suffolk Law Services, which provides free legal services to disadvantaged individuals.  Ms. Dvoskin received her undergraduate degree from SUNY Old Westbury with honors, where she received the Certificate of Academic Excellence awarded by the English Language Studies Department, was a member of Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society and volunteered as a student mentor working primarily with ESL (English as a second language) students.  She has also served as a pro bono attorney for Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Committee, Inc.