Diana Romanello is a Senior Associate at Slater Slater Schulman and a zealous advocate for her clients. With a prioritized focus on representing survivors of sexual abuse, Diana frequently represents matters involving clergy abuse.
Diana’s compassionate approach to the law allows clients to feel safe and supported throughout the legal process. Recalling past instances of sexual abuse can be agonizing and shameful for survivors seeking legal repercussions against their abusers. Empowering her clients from intake, Diana creates an environment for survivors to speak openly and candidly, inspiring them to make their voices heard in every stage of their legal pursuit.
Diana started her legal career in 2016 at the Suffolk District Attorney’s Office, where she prosecuted various sexual offenses as well as domestic violence offenses.
As a dedicated advocate for survivors of all trauma, Diana served as an intern during law school at Brighter Tomorrows, a non-profit organization, where Diana provided legal assistance to survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking in Suffolk County. She also participated in the Touro Family Law Clinic, where she provided legal representation to low-income families regarding child support and custody matters.
Diana obtained her B.A. from St. Joseph’s College in 2011. She graduated cum laude with her J.D. from Touro Law Center in 2016 as a receiver of the CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Criminal Procedure Law, Family Law Clinic, Civil Dispute Resolution & Procedure I, Criminal Prosecution Clinic, and Landlord-Tenant Law. Diana joined the team at Slater Slater Schulman in January 2021 in her pursuit of a firm that matched her eagerness to advocate for survivors of sexual abuse. She was admitted to the Bar in 2017.