Lucy Wolf is an associate in the Litigation Department and a member of the Asset Management Litigation group. Her practice includes representing clients in a variety of civil and criminal matters in state and federal court, including contract disputes, class actions, high profile bankruptcy cases, and criminal investigations. She is part of the litigation team that represents the Financial Oversight and Management Board in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy proceedings, represented Live Nation and Madonna in a complex class action suit, and represented the City of New York in a contract dispute concerning undelivered ventilators during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. She has also worked on criminal investigation matters, where she conducted witness interviews and prepared clients for meetings with the government.
Lucy maintains a robust pro bono practice focused on representing survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence and clients in Family Court. She recently authored an amicus brief before the Ninth Circuit on behalf of a domestic violence survivor in connection with a case concerning the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Lucy serves as a member of the Proskauer Women's Alliance Steering Committee.
In law school, Lucy interned for the United States Attorney’s Office and the Honorable Richard Stearns in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She also served on the Journal of Law and Social Justice and was a member of the Civil Litigation Clinic.