Marjorie  Mesidor

Marjorie Mesidor, Attorney at Law
Marjorie Mesidor, Attorney at Law
260 Madison Avenue, 8th Fl, New York, NY 10016 United States

Ms. Mesidor is a highly accomplished attorney, specializing in employment actions against Fortune 500 companies and smaller organizations accused of discrimination, including claims of sexual misconduct. With a remarkable track record of success, she has secured over $65,000,000 in verdicts, awards, and settlements for her clients.

In 2013, Marjorie gained notoriety for her victory in the landmark case Johnson v. STRIVE, addressing discrimination within the same race. Her work against the impact of "poor door" policies on rent-stabilized tenants earned recognition from the Office of the Public Advocate.


With extensive experience in state and federal courts, Ms. Mesidor is a respected legal correspondent who has appeared on major news networks. She has received multiple accolades, including being named among the National Trial Lawyers' Top 100 Attorneys Civil-Plaintiff and the National Black Lawyers' Top 100 Black Lawyers. Fluent in multiple languages, Ms. Mesidor passionately advocates for her clients in complex employment law matters. Serving a global New York client base, she actively participates in professional associations and advisory boards. Trustworthy and dedicated to justice, Marjorie Mesidor is an exceptional attorney protecting her clients' rights.



AWARDS

  • Most Influential Woman in Employment Discrimination Law
  • Top 100 Verdicts in NY
  • Top 50 Employment Verdicts in United States
  • National Trial Lawyers’ Top 100 Attorneys Civil- Plaintiff, 
  • National Black Lawyers’ Top 100 Black Lawyers, 
  • National Women Trial Lawyers – Top 25
  • Avvo’s Client Choice Award, 2022
  • New York Rising Star and New York Super Lawyer for 12 years
  • Top Women Attorneys in New York City by CRAIN
  • Exceptional Service to the Law School Award
  • Exceptional Service to the Public and Community Award
  • Service to the Bar Award
  • Scholarship Recipient from the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association
  • Minority Fellow of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York
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