About Lidia

Lidia Szczepanowski is a seasoned litigator and transactional attorney with a career spanning over three decades. Specializing in complex corporate and commercial litigation, Lidia has a proven track record of successfully navigating intricate business and real estate deals. Her professional prowess has been recognized by the Long Island Business News, which has twice named her one of “Long Island's 50 Most Influential Women” and nominated her four times as “Best Lawyer” in the Long Island Press. Lidia's exceptional communication skills have also earned her the Fair Media Council's Folio Award for “Best Corporate Communicator”.

Beyond her professional accomplishments, Lidia is deeply committed to community service. In 2005, she founded the National Organization for Women's Safety Awareness, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women and children escape domestic violence, sexual abuse, and other violent crimes. Lidia also conducts safety seminars for women's organizations and schools, serves on the Advisory Council of Nassau Suffolk Law Services, and volunteers for several Long Island charities.

In her personal life, Lidia is a fitness enthusiast, practicing Pilates and holding a black belt in karate. She has also made her mark in the world of beauty pageants, holding several prestigious titles.


Lidia earned her J.D. from St. John's University School of Law, Jamaica, NY in 1990 and her B.A. from Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY in 1987.

Bar Admissions

Lidia was admitted to the New York bar in 1991.

Career Experience

Previously, Lidia served as In-House Counsel for SME, Inc., a renowned New York City-based brand development agency. She was also a Senior Litigation Counsel at Thaler Gertler LLP, a partner at Birzon, Szczepanowski, Quinn & Strang, and a judicial intern for the Honorable Arthur D. Spatt.

Contact Lidia

If you're seeking an experienced, dedicated, and compassionate attorney to guide you through your legal journey, Lidia Szczepanowski is ready to help. Contact her today to discuss your case.