Samantha Breakstone Joins Slater Slater Schulman
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We are pleased to welcome to our team our new Senior Associate, Samantha Breakstone.

Samantha graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in dual majors, both Psychology and Medicine, Health, and Society, together with a full minor in Art History from Vanderbilt University, before receiving both her J.D. and an M.A. in Clinical and Research Bioethics from Case Western University.

Prior to joining the firm, Samantha worked at the renowned Cleveland Clinic in Ohio as a Clinical Bioethicist, coordinating with medical teams on building relationships with trauma survivors across disciplines. Samantha joined the Slater Slater Schulman team in 2021, drawn to its fearless practice of doing whatever it takes to support its clients. She is a seasoned attorney, passionate about giving her clients a voice, and is a fierce advocate and counselor. She has dedicated her entire career to providing survivors with a safe and empowering environment in which to share their stories.

We are very proud to have Samantha Breakstone as part of our team.






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