Sarah Diane McShea

Licensed for 37 years

Practice Area: Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Attorney Fee Disputes, Attorney Discipline 2 more areas of practice + 2 more

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Sarah Diane McShea

Serving New York, NY view address

About Sarah Diane McShea

Chief, Public Corruption Bureau, Kings County District Attorney's Office, 1990-1993. Deputy Chief Counsel and Staff Counsel, Departmental Disciplinary Committee, First Department, 1980-1989. Adjunct Professor, Fordham University School of Law, 2008-2009; Brooklyn Law School, 2001-2007; Columbia University School of Law, 1989-1992. Editorial Board, ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct, 1994—. Trustee, New York State Lawyer Assistance Trust, 2008—2013.

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      Admission Details
      Admitted in 1979, Massachusetts
      1980, New York and U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
      1989, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
      Law School Attended
      Boston University
      Class of 1979
      University Attended
      Yale University
      Class of 1975
      Associations & Memberships
      American Bar Association, Center for Professional Responsibility
      New York State Bar Association (Chair, Law Practice Continuity, 2006-2009). Co-Chair, Professional Discipline, 2007-2009)
      Member, Committee on Standards of Attorney Conduct, 2003—)
      New York City Bar Association (Chair, Joint Committee on Legal Referral Service, 2005-2008
      Chair, Ad-Hoc Committee on Mass Disaster Planning, 1996-1998
      Member, Professional Responsibility, 2001-2004
      Professional and Judicial Ethics, 1998-2001
      Professional Discipline, 1994-1997)
      New York County Lawyers' Association
      Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers (President, 1997-1998).

      Areas of Law

      • Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility
      • Attorney Fee Disputes
      • Attorney Discipline
      • Bar Admissions
      • Sanctions Litigation