Mr. Bleier is a founding partner of Bryant & Bleier, LLP. He brings to the firm a backgroudn rooted in negotiation and mediation. His training includes work for the Mediation Unit of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution. Mr. Bleier's backgroudn in matrimonial law includes work for the chief matrimonial judge of Nassau County Supreme Court, Hon. Robert Ross.
Mr. Bleier is known among his peers for taking a strong stand while maintaining a calm demeanoer, which he unquestionably developed while working as an educator prior to obtaining his legal education.
Languages Spoken: Hebrew
Licensed since 2012
Cash, Check, Credit Card
If you're looking for an attorney that understands the nuances of family law and divorce, there's no better choice than Darren Bleier. What's more unique about Darren is his uncanny ability to put his clients at ease. I am an attorney that routinely consults Darren for advice outside of my expertise and he is my main go-to contact for all family law matters. He is consistently responsive, knowledgeable, personable and is able to deliver excellent legal services in a way that best protects his clients. I give Darren my highest recommendation and will continue to refer my clients, friends and family to him.
Jennifer Rozen Landlord & Tenant Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Mr. Bleier and I worked with a client trying to fend off a child services investigation. My role was to conduct a mock interview with the client and debrief afterward. I found him to be professional and easy to work with. He prepared me thoroughly for my work and paid promptly. I would gladly work with him anytime.
D. Burkett Divorce & Separation Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
|Partner||Bryant & Bleier, LLP||2014 - Present|
|Attorney||Law Office of Anne Peyton Bryant||2012 - 2013|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Commercial Mediation Panel Nassau County||Member||2012 - 2012|
|St. John's School of Law Dispute Resolution Society||Coach - ABA Representation in Mediation Competition||2012 - Present|
|CPR ADR||Mediation Referral Sparks Angry Ninth Circuit Dissent||N/A|
|CPR ADR||More Supreme Arbitration? Top Court Will Consider Revisiting Manifest Disregard||N/A|
|CPR ADR||UPDATED: ARG TRANSCRIPT NOW AVAILABLE! From Hooters' Waitresses to Movie Buffs, Anticipation for Supreme Court's AT&T Mobility Arguments||N/A|
|Tel Aviv University||Middle Eastern History||MA - Masters||2005|
|St John's University||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|