- Brandeis University, B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1992
- Brooklyn Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1995
- 1996, New York
Eric Wrubel Elected President-Elect for American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, New York Chapter01/27/2022
Wrubel will become president in 2023 and serve a two-year term
Eric Wrubel, Chair of the Matrimonial Group and Co-Chair of the Fertility Law Group at Warshaw Burstein, LLP, was elected President-Elect for the New York Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers at its annual meeting on January 20, 2022.
Fifteen Warshaw Burstein Lawyers Ranked as 2021 Super Lawyers10/05/2021 | Super Lawyers
Fifteen Warshaw Burstein lawyers were ranked as 2021 Super Lawyers in their respective practice areas in the New York Metro area, including three lawyers who were ranked on the Rising Stars list.
Warshaw Burstein’s Fertility Law Group will sponsor the upcoming Men Having Babies East Coast Surrogacy Conference & Gay Parenting Expo on September 18-19, 202109/10/2021
The elite professionals comprising Warshaw Burstein’s Fertility Law Group were invited to be a sponsor of the upcoming Men Having Babies East Coast Surrogacy Conference & Gay Parenting Expo.
Eric Wrubel Included within the Gay With Kids® (GWT) Expert Network08/19/2021
Eric Wrubel, Chair of Warshaw Burstein’s LGBTQ Family Law Practice, has extensive experience representing LGBTQ individuals in family law matters, which has led to his specialization in same-sex divorce. He has been included within the Gay With Kids® (GWT) Expert Network.
Fertility Law Group hosted "Surrogacy in Sag Harbor: Your Family, Your Way" Event.07/30/2021
Our Fertility Law Group hosted an event, Surrogacy in Sag Harbor: Your Family, Your Way. It was a perfect evening celebrating the Child-Parent Security Act with incredible fertility leaders and reproductive health advocates.
Fertility Law Group hosted "From Generation to Generation: An Introduction to Building Your Family with New York's New Surrogacy Law"06/30/2021
The event was designed to educate intended parents and the public on what the path to surrogacy looks like now that the Child-Parent Security Act has made compensated gestational surrogacy legal in New York State.