Karen Rabinovici worked as a health care and corporate attorney for the past decade, before switching her law practice to family law, a field which has touched and inspired her personally. She brings to the firm her skills of zealous advocacy, negotiation, communication and relationship building, and, most importantly, passion for the field and her belief in attempting to minimize the harm caused by divorce on all family members, and most especially children. She understands the importance of helping clients navigate in the best possible way some of the most difficult times of their lives.
Karen earned her J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law, where she was President and Treasurer of the Jewish Law Students Association, Managing Editor of the school newspaper, Vice President of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and a teaching assistant for several courses. Karen earned her B.S. magna cum laude from Northeastern University. Karen has authored articles for multiple legal publications and speaks Dutch and conversational Hebrew.
Karen loves to spend time with her family, extended family and her rescue dog, and she enjoys reading, playing tennis and traveling. Karen is passionate about international affairs.