Trial Supervisor, Criminal Defense Practice
Paul Lieberman, a lifelong resident of Brooklyn, has been representing clients on their criminal matters since 1979. Before becoming an attorney, Paul was an elementary school and day-care teacher for 8 years. While attending New York Law School at night, Paul worked full-time for the Legal Aid Society Criminal Defense Division as a paralegal.
After his admission to the bar, Paul continued to work for Legal Aid, both as a Staff Attorney and as a Supervisor, representing clients on all types of cases, from misdemeanors to murders. Paul has been a Trial Supervisor at BDS from the organization’s inception in 1996 and continues to represent clients in all types of cases.
Paul is an adjunct Professor at St. John’s University School of Law. He teaches annually in the NYC Corporation Counsel Training Program and is a NITA faculty member.
Paul also serves as a Small Claims Court Arbitrator in Brooklyn Civil Court.