About our firm

Jaspan Schlesinger LLP is one of Long Island’s oldest and largest full-service law firms. Innovative yet practical and responsive, we’re the trusted partner clients count on to help them solve real-world problems—locally, nationally and globally—and to proactively help prevent problems from happening in the first place.

From individuals and families to entities ranging from small start-up companies to international conglomerates, financial institutions, school districts and municipalities, and not-for-profit organizations, there is no client we cannot service. We leverage our breadth and depth of experience and diverse team of professionals to deliver the thinking, resources, and customized solutions needed to help each client make smart decisions about what matters most to them.

Attorney Spotlight

Rachel L. Patrick


Rachel L. Patrick is an associate attorney in the Firm’s Litigation Practice Group and focuses on complex commercial litigation.

Ms. Patrick received her Juris Doctorate from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 2019. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Legal Studies from St. John’s University in 2016. During her time at Touro, Rachel served as the Research Editor of the Touro Law Review, President of the Jewish Law Students Association, and was inducted as an Honors Scholar. While at Touro, Rachel clerked for the Hon. Leonard Wexler and interned for the United States Attorney’s Office.


The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought uncertainty and upheaval to communities and businesses across the country, and we understand that our clients need us now more than ever. We have launched the Coronavirus Response Team, a group of attorneys from across our many practice groups who are working around the clock to assist clients confronting COVID-19 related problems. Click here to read more about our Team.

We have also launched the COVID-19 Resource Center, which includes up-to-the-minute updates on changes in the law, and resources for employers, employees, businesses, school districts, libraries, local governments and individuals.

Click Here to Visit the COVID-19 Resource Center