Gretchen Beall Schumann
Columbia College (A.B.),
Cornell Law School (J.D.)
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Gretchen Beall Schumann, is a partner at Cohen Rabin Stine Schumann LLP. She is a frequent participant on Continuing Legal Education and other panels, she has lectured for the New York State Bar Association on both the procedural and substantive aspects of the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act, for the E. David Woycik Intensive Trial Advocacy Program at Hofstra Law School, for the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York with regard to electronic privacy and family law and for events hosted by academic institutions and major corporate sponsors. In 2007, Ms. Schumann co-authored an article for the New York Law Journal, “The Alienated Child,” with partner Harriet Newman Cohen. She has served as a commentator for print media with respect to name change matters. Ms. Schumann was elected to “Super Lawyers”, Rising Stars, New York Metro Edition, for both 2012 and 2013, and to “Super Lawyers”, New York Metro Edition, in 2015.

Ms. Schumann is a past President of the New York Women’s Bar Association (2010-2011); before that, she served as the Association’s Vice President and Treasurer. Ms. Schumann currently serves on the Board of Directors for the New York Women’s Bar Association Foundation and is Vice President of the Foundation. From 2005 until 2008, she served as Secretary of the New York City Bar Committee on Children and the Law, and from 2004 until 2007, as Secretary of the New York County Lawyers’ Association Matrimonial Law Section. Ms. Schumann is currently a member of the Advisory Committee for the New Lawyer Institute at the New York City Bar and a member of the New York City Bar’s Women in the Legal Profession Committee.

Ms. Schumann graduated from Cornell Law School in 2001, where she was the recipient of the Robert S. Pasley Memorial Prize, and from Columbia College, Columbia University, with an A.B. in English, in 1998.

Ms. Schumann is also admitted in the State of New Jersey.
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