Barbie D. Lieber treats her clients with dignity and compassion. Her interpersonal skills and knowledge help to ease the anxiety felt by many of her clients, particularly those clients who are undergoing enormous financial stress or other types of stress. The legal process can be daunting and Ms. Lieber is experienced in taking measures to reduce the stress and the feeling of being overwhelmed. She takes pride on being very approachable and available to her clients. Her clients never feel alone, but very much part of the process. She works with all of her clients directly rather than having staff work with them. Ms. Lieber believes that with 23 years of legal experience, she is best suited to address all of her clients concerns. Ms. Lieber understands that each of her clients is an individual who comes with a distinct set of circumstances. Ms. Lieber approaches each matter differently depending on the particular issues at hand. She applies an individualized approach to each client. Ms. Lieber's practice is based primarily on referrals by other satisfied clients. Please visit the Testimonials page of the Lieber & Lieber, LLP website.
Barbie D. Lieber is head of the Firms Bankruptcy and Creditor & Debtor Rights and Collections practice and Commercial and Employment Litigation practice, and co-head of the Firm's Real Estate and Employment/Benefits practices. She began her career as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Cornelius J. Blackshear of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. She was previously associated with Tenzer Greenblatt LLP, Luskin Stern & Eisler and White & Case LLP. Ms. Lieber received her undergraduate degree from SUNY Stony Brook (B.S., 1984, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society) and her law degree from SUNY Buffalo, (J.D., 1987, with honors). Ms. Lieber is a member of National Association for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the American Bankruptcy Institute. Lieber & Lieber, LLP is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
Graduated in 3 years with a 3.85 average. Member of Phi Beta Kappa honor society and Recipient of the award for Most Outstanding Student in Department. Speaker at Graduation.