Teaching and Publishing
Michelle creates and shares original and useful content on landlord and tenant law in the City of New York. Through the end of 2017, Michelle is scheduled to give 17 lectures, 13 are Continuing Legal Education presentations, which train other lawyers. None of the appearances are “pay-to-play”. All of the appearances result in extensive written materials, which Michelle shares freely with the universe .
Michelle is frequently (if not always accurately) quoted in the press on a variety of landlord and tenant issues. As the “Legal Expert” for LandlordsNY, the first social platform exclusively for landlords and property managers, Michelle answers members' questions, guest blogs, and teaches. Check out L&Tea Time with Michelle. In the fall of 2017, Michelle developed a fresh new seven-part continuing legal education curriculum for Lawline entitled “Landlord and Tenant Litigation in New York". Earlier this year, Lawline named Michelle as one of their top female faculty – 12,593 of her courses on Lawline having been completed by her Lawline students. Michelle puts her heart into her teaching and her classes always receive great reviews. In 2017, Michelle co-authored chapters on lease remedy clauses and Good Guy Guaranties for the New York State Bar Association, Real Property Section, Commercial Leasing Committee’s Commercial Leasing Manual.
The groups that Michelle has written for and/or presented to include Lawline.com, Lorman Education Services, Rossedale CLE, The New York State Bar Association, Real Property Section, The Columbia Society of Real Estate Appraisers, LandlordsNY, The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Thompson Reuters, The Cooperator, and Argo University.