David A. Raff

David A. Raff

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Alternative Dispute Resolution Attorney in New York, NY

Raff & Becker, LLP
 | 470 Park Avenue South, 3rd Floor North
New York, NY 10016
Selected To Super Lawyers: 2009 - 2020
Licensed Since: 1969
Education: Brooklyn Law School
Practice Areas:
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (40%),
  • Employment & Labor: Employer (30%),
  • Employment & Labor: Employee (30%)
Attorney Profile

David A. Raff is an attorney who represents clients in the New York, New York area. David Raff is recognized by peers and was selected to Super Lawyers for 2009 - 2020. This selection is based off of an evaluation of 12 indicators including peer recognition and professional achievement in legal practice.

David Raff chose to pursue a career in law after completing undergraduate studies. He attended Brooklyn Law School and graduated in 1968. David Raff passed the bar exam and was admitted to legal practice in 1969.

He represents clients with Alternative Dispute Resolution issues in New York. He also represents clients with Employment & Labor: Employer and Employment & Labor: Employee issues.

Being selected to Super Lawyers is limited to a small number of attorneys in each state. As one of the few attorneys to garner the distinction of Super Lawyers, David Raff has earned the respect of peers as one of the top-rated attorneys in the nation.

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Office Location for David A. Raff

470 Park Avenue South
3rd Floor North
New York, NY 10016

David A. Raff:

Last Updated: 12/28/2020

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