Gretchen Beall Schumann

Gretchen Beall Schumann


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Columbia College at Columbia University (B.A.)
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, having 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, for the French American Bar Association with regard to Equitable Distribution of business interests and for events hosted by academic institutions and major corporate sponsors.

Ms. Schumann has authored articles pertaining to New York Family law for foreign publications and in 2007, 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 and other matters. In 2016, Ms. Schumann was listed in Super Lawyers, New York Metro Edition, Top 50 Women Attorneys.

Ms. Schumann is a past President of the New York Women’s Bar Association and is currently President of the New York Women’s Bar Association Foundation. Ms. Schumann graduated from Cornell Law School in 2001, and from Columbia College, Columbia University, with an A.B. in English, in 1998.

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International Comparative Legal Guides Family Law 2017 (USA-New York) TICLG January 17 2017

Godmother demands to be legal parent of adopted child in New York custody battle The Times October 23, 2016

Attorneys Schumann and Rabin representing the mother in a complex case testing New York State’s expanded definition of parenthood New York Times October 18, 2016

Manhattan mom can’t move to England with adopted son till ex-partner makes case for parental rights, judge rules New York Daily News September 1, 2016

New York’s Highest Court Expands Definition of Parenthood New York Times August 30, 2016

The Legacy of John Adams: Defending Due Process and the Rights of the Accused, New York Law Journal June 27, 2011

The Alienated Child New York Law Journal July 30, 2007