Jon Norinsberg


Jon Norinsberg graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1991. After graduation, Mr. Norinsberg joined the prestigious New York law firm of Proskauer, Rose, Goetz and Mendelsohn, where he was an associate in the firm’s litigation department for almost two years.

In 1993, Jon left Proskauer to join the New York City Law Department, where he became a trial lawyer in the City’s Manhattan Trial Unit. During his five year stay at the New York City Law Department, Mr. Norinsberg became one of the City’s top-rated trial lawyers, consistently winning his trials and receiving national recognition for several of his verdicts. During that time, Mr. Norinsberg also co-authored the Trial Notebook, the City’s trial training manual (which is still in use almost fifteen years later), and was instrumental in creating the City’s trial training program.

In the Fall of 1998, Mr. Norinsberg left the New York City Law Department to open up his own law firm. Since that time, he has run The Law Offices of Jon Norinsberg, a highly successful litigation practice, focusing almost exclusively on New York City civil rights litigation.

Mr. Norinsberg has been featured on the front page of the New York Law Journal.