Ms. Goldstein received her bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University Honors College, where she majored in criminology, minored in the Spanish language, and graduated with summa cum laude distinction. Ms. Goldstein was also inducted into the Hofstra University Phi Beta Kappa chapter. While preparing for law school, Ms. Goldstein interned at the Supreme Court of New York, County of Queens, in the Commercial Division.
Ms. Goldstein received her Juris Doctor from St. John’s University School of Law and is pending admission to the New York State Bar. During law school, Ms. Goldstein was published in St. John’s Law Review, for her article about the legal implications of a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination. In addition, during law school, Ms. Goldstein interned for the New York State Division of Human Rights, investigating discrimination cases, including those related to race, religion, sex, and national origin.
Ms. Goldstein has extensive experience in the matrimonial law sector, having worked at law firms that specialize in divorces and child custody disputes.