Sheryl L. Randazzo is admitted to the Bars of New York and Pennsylvania. She earned her law degree from Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law in Washington, D.C. and her Bachelor of Science degree in History, magna cum laude, at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. She has been in private practice focusing on elder law, estate planning and administration, guardianships and related issues concerning seniors, persons with disabilities, and individuals planning for such contingencies for over 20 years.

Sheryl is a Past President of the Suffolk County Bar Association and has served in extensive leadership roles within the organization, including: Executive Committee Member; Trustee of the Suffolk County Academy of Law; Trustee of the Suffolk County Bar Charitable Foundation; Managing Director of the Pro Bono Foundation; Chairperson to numerous committees within the SCBA.

Sheryl has also served the legal profession and the greater community in various other positions, including: Delegate of the New York State Bar Association; Officer and Board Member of the Family Service League of Suffolk County; Board Member of Nassau Suffolk Law Services; President of the Huntington Lawyers’ Club; member of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Legal Advisory Committee. While staying active in professional organizations, Sheryl is also a Parent-Teacher Association Council Representative for Ocean Avenue Elementary School and a Suffolk County Girl Scout Leader.

Sheryl lectures frequently to attorneys, other professionals and the public regarding elder law and estate planning, as well as practice management and professional ethics. She also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.

In 2015, Sheryl was honored to be designated by her attorney peers as a “Super Lawyer” in the areas of Estate Planning & Probate and Elder Law.