Lauren G. Blau
Lauren prides herself on being a problem solver and zealously represents her clients both inside and outside the courtroom. She works diligently to obtain speedy resolutions in her cases, but she takes the time to carefully listen to her clients to identify their specific needs and counsels them on their rights and the legal process.
Lauren is passionate about matrimonial and family law and has dedicated her legal training to this field. Lauren graduated from Syracuse University College of Law where she completed a curricular program in Family Law and Social Policy. During which, Lauren was a Student Attorney in the Children’s Rights and Family Law Clinic (2L and 3L) where she represented clients in a variety of Family Court matters. Lauren was also a Student Attorney in the Elder Law Clinic (3L) where she honed her skills in estate planning and today counsels her clients about the importance of estate planning post-divorce.
During her 2L summer, Lauren was a judicial intern to the Honorable Kathie E. Davidson, Supervising Judge of the Family Courts of the 9th Judicial District (which includes Westchester). Working in chambers, Lauren learned how judges evaluate cases.
During her 1L summer, Lauren represented domestic violence victims in obtaining Orders of Protection as a Student Attorney through the Pace Women’s Justice Center Family Court Legal Program.
Lauren is a member of the New York Women’s Bar Association, New York City Bar Association, and New York State Bar Association. Lauren also continues to support her alma mater and is an active member of the Board of Directors of the Syracuse Law Alumni Association.
Prior to joining Chemtob Moss Forman & Beyda, Lauren worked at a boutique matrimonial firm in Manhattan that specializes in high asset divorces.
- Syracuse University College of Law (J.D., 2017)
- New York, 2018
- Victimizing Those They Were Sent to Protect: Enhancing Accountability for Children Born of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation by UN Peacekeepers, 44 Syracuse J. Int’l. L. & Com. 121-148 (Fall 2016)