Thomas D. Shanahan, P.C., is a progressive, dynamic New York law firm. With more than 15 years of experience, attorney Thomas Shanahan represents people in a broad range of matters involving employment law, discrimination, sexual harassment, civil rights, corporate law and matrimonial law. We assist clients in New York City, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, northern New Jersey and Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Across all areas of our practice, our firm has formed a commitment to representing clients against unfair practices in employment, business and public settings. We adapt and change to the evolving needs of our clientele, providing advice and advocacy based on current legal trends and developments.
At our firm, we value and recognize the importance of client individuality. Each case is as unique as the clients we represent. To achieve a high level of personalized service and focus for each client, we limit the number of cases we take on. We thoroughly analyze all facts and evidence to give clients the most accurate evaluation of their case possible.
Thomas Shanahan has extensive experience promoting and defending human rights of all types in both the public and private sectors of the law. Among his notable honors is his appointment as Deputy Commissioner at the New York State Division of Human Rights. As a private practitioner, he devotes his practice primarily to the litigation of civil rights and public policy issues.
Because of our firm's innovative approach and tireless advocacy on behalf of disenfranchised individuals and groups, we have set new legal precedents. Our efforts have led to increased awareness by public entities of how to ensure the protection of every individual's civil liberties and human rights.
Fighting For The Underdog | Pursuing Equality In Human Rights
At Thomas D. Shanahan, P.C., we are dedicated to serving as trusted advocates for all clients in pursuit of justice and fairness. To schedule a consultation with lawyer Thomas Shanahan, call our office at 212-867-1100, or contact us online. We are in downtown Manhattan in Foley Square, near all the major courthouses and many subway stops. Credit cards are accepted.