Taylor A. Bleistein

Taylor Bleistein

Taylor Bleistein advises clients on matters related to labor and employment. Taylor's practice is informed by her experience as a legal intern with Brooklyn Law School's Employment Law Clinic and the National Labor Relations Board, Region 29, where she conducted investigations, prepared written submissions, and represented clients in unemployment insurance hearings; counseled and represented a client with a cause of action of disability discrimination in a mediation; researched and drafted memoranda on matters related to labor relations; and took affidavits from charging parties and prepared written reports with recommendations.

Related Practices


Representative Matters

  • Represented an international, private higher education institution in a hearing before the National Labor Relations Board regarding a representation election petition




  • J.D. cum laude Brooklyn Law School 2020
    • Vice president of competitive affairs, Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society
    • Member, Moot Court Honor Society, Trial Division
    • Articles editor, Journal of Law and Policy
    • Dean's List
    • Phi Delta Phi
    • Legal Association for Women
  • B.A. Sociology, Criminology, and Women's Studies Pennsylvania State University 2017
    • Department marshal finalist, sociology
    • B1G Distinguished Scholar

Bar Admissions

  • New York