"Heroic Client Service"

Dror Bikel

New York
dbikel@sclarlaw.com
t: 917-439-4144

Education

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, JD 1992
Brandeis University, BA 1987

Admissions

New York State, First Judicial Department
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
Western District of New York
District Court of Massachusetts

DROR BIKEL

Counsel

Dror Bikel is a trial lawyer and litigator specializing in the area of family law and questions related to custody, equitable distribution, child and spousal support, and paternity. Mr. Bikel graduated from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He lectures to lawyers and mental health professionals in the area of trial practice and family law. As winner of the New York Super Lawyers award, Mr. Bikel has been voted by his peers and legal journalists as one of the top 5% family law attorneys in New York State.

Mr. Bikel firmly believes that disputes in this area of law should be resolved in a dignified and humane manner. His almost 20 years of courtroom experience provide invaluable insight to help facilitate settlements, mediate disputes, and draft agreements. When matters do not settle, Mr. Bikel's trial and litigation skill and experience provide superior results for his clients.

Awards and Honors

Co-Chair, New York County Lawyers' Association Matrimonial Law Section
Member of Family Law Advisory Board, Cardozo School of Law
Super Lawyers 2012
Super Lawyers 2011
Super Lawyers 2010
Super Lawyers 2009
Law Review, Cardozo School of Law
Second Degree Black Belt, Krav Maga Federation

Certificates

Family Law Specialized Trial Training, Houston Family Law Trial Institute (South Texas College of Law)
Mediation training, Center for Mediation and Law
Collaborative Law training, Center for Mediation and Law

Memberships

New York County Bar Association, Matrimonial Committee
New York State Bar Association, Matrimonial Committee
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Center for Human Development
Krav Maga Federation, President