New York Super Lawyers Metro Feature Attorney Profile The Second Life of Harriet Cohen,  by Michael Y. Park  

The Magazine of Brooklyn Law School Profile    Harriet Cohen '74, The Marriage Broker  

JMHS Alumni News Profile   Harriet Newman Cohen: From Latin to Family Law 

The Commercial Observer   Amongst The City's Power Elite, Harriet Newman Cohen Is The Maestro Of The Highly Public Marital Split. It's Fitting Then That One Of The City's Top Divorce Attorneys Has Left The Firm In Which She Was A Founding Partner And, In Dramatic Fashion, Taken An Uber-Prime Spot 


Inside the Minds: "Helping Clients Achieve Happiness in Family Law Matters: Key Qualities and Strategies of Successful Family Law Attorneys," Chapter by Harriet Newman Cohen    Aspatore Books 2016

"The Divorce Book for Men and Women: A Step-by-Step Guide to Gaining Your Freedom Without Losing Everything Else," by Harriet Newman Cohen    Avon Books 1994   (Ralph Gardner, Jr., co-author)

"USA - New York Divorce Laws, Providing Current and Practical Legal Information," Chapter by Gretchen Beall Schumann     International Comparative Legal Guides 2017


New York Law Journal Divorce vs. Death: Pecuniary Rights and How They Differ A discussion of the older client’s question: Am I better off getting a divorce or just waiting for my spouse to die? (Harriet Newman Cohen and Tim James) July 29, 2019

New York Law Journal    Surrogacy in New York: Boon or Bane?  A discussion of the proposed legislation to lift the ban on surrogacy agreements in NY (Harriet Newman Cohen and Kristen E. Marinaccio)     July 30, 2018

New York Law Journal    Social Media In Divorce and Family Law: A Trap for the Unwary?  by Harriet Newman Cohen and Amanda Laird Creegan     July 31, 2017

New York Law Journal    Court Gives Renewed Force to Policy Requiring Full Custody Hearings  by Harriet Newman Cohen and Tim James   July 25, 2016

New York Law Journal    New York's Proposed Maintenance Guidelines by Harriet Newman Cohen and Laura A. Tucker    July 27, 2015

New York Law Journal    Child Support Modifications Are Easier After 2010 Amendments   by Harriet Newman Cohen and Tim James   July 28, 2014

New York Law Journal    "Automatic Orders" Prevent Wrongful Asset Transfers in Divorce Actions  by Harriet Newman Cohen, Bonnie Rabin and Tim James    July 29, 2013

New York Law Journal    Unwrapping the 2012 "'No Fault' Package” by Harriet Newman Cohen and Tim James    July 30, 2012

New York Law Journal    Marriage Equality Remains an Aspiration. Non-recognition statutes pose legal complications for same-sex unions by Harriet Newman Cohen, Bonnie Rabin and Tim James   August 1, 2011

New York Law Journal  What's Equitable When Distributing Businesses, Enhanced Earning Capacity? 
by Harriet Newman Cohen and Tim James    August 9, 2010

New York Law Journal    Downward Modification In A Troubled Economy    by Harriet Newman Cohen and Tim James   August 10, 2009

New York Law Journal    Egregious To a Fault   by Harriet Newman Cohen and Tim James   July 28, 2008

New York Law Journal    The Alienated Child    by Harriet Newman Cohen and Gretchen Beall Schumann    July 30, 2007

New York Law Journal    To Have or Have Not (a Prenuptial Agreement)?    by Harriet Newman Cohen   August 7, 2006

New York Law Journal    When Custody is Truly Contested, Who Decides Best Interests?    by Harriet Newman Cohen   June 6, 2005

New York Law Journal    Equating 'Best' With 'Only' in Interstate Custody Cases Under the UCCJEA    by Harriet Newman Cohen   June 7, 2004

New York Law Journal    Limiting Discovery in Custody Cases  by Harriet Newman Cohen   July 14, 2003

New York Law Journal   Is 'Braiman' Still Vital After 24 Years?     by Harriet Newman Cohen   2002