Siobhan K. Barry
After graduating magna cum laude from Stony Brook University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, Ms. Barry attended Hofstra Law School where she received her Juris Doctor and graduated with magna cum laude honors. Ms. Barry received the Gold Level Pro Bono Scholars award for dedicating over 750 hours to help a variety of clients in need of legal representation. Ms. Barry has also donated an extensive amount of time in order to help Veterans in need of legal advice through the Veterans Legal Assistance Project.
While attending Hofstra Law School, Ms. Barry interned with the Children’s Law Bureau of the Suffolk County Legal Aid Society as an Attorney for the Child where she advocated for her clients and assisted in trial preparation for Family Court Matters. Ms. Barry also was a student advocate with Youth Advocacy Clinic at Hofstra in which she represented youth in special immigrant juvenile matters and child maltreatment cases. In addition, Ms. Barry also interned at Nassau County District Attorney’s office as well as a local criminal defense firm. At Hofstra, Ms. Barry was the Executive Research Editor for the Family Law Review Journal. She also was the Director of the Veteran’s Law Student Association and a member of the Public Justice Foundation.
After graduating Hofstra Law School, Ms. Barry began her legal career working as an attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County where she zealously advocated for her clients charged with misdemeanor offenses in all stages of the criminal justice process. Ms. Barry was thereafter admitted to the New York State Bar.
Ms. Barry left the Legal Aid society to start a career at Jakubowski, Robertson, Maffei, Goldsmith & Tartaglia, LLP as an associate attorney, where she handles matrimonial family law matters. Ms. Barry is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Suffolk County Bar Association and the Matrimonial Bar Association.