Corey M. Briskin

Corey M. Briskin

Associate

BIO

Corey M. Briskin is a fierce advocate for juvenile and adult survivors of sexual abuse with extensive experience handling all aspects of criminal and civil litigation. Having devoted much of his career to prosecuting sex crimes, Corey has led hundreds of grand jury investigations, conducted complex evidentiary hearings, and tried 15 cases to verdict—experiences that have shaped his ability to skillfully navigate the many moving parts of any sensitive litigation.

Corey joined Levy Konigsberg in April 2024, bringing with him a decade of courtroom experience as a prosecutor, federal law clerk, and civil litigator. A former Assistant District Attorney in Nassau County and Manhattan, Corey has extensive experience conducting complex investigations and pursuing justice for survivors of sexual violence. While at the Manhattan DA’s Office, Corey was assigned to the Sex Crimes Unit and was specially trained to prosecute sex crimes using a survivor-centered and trauma-informed approach. Drawing from his specialized training and experience, Corey understands the unique needs of sexual abuse survivors and excels at empowering his clients to confront their abusers and seek the justice they deserve.

Prior to joining Levy Konigsberg, Corey worked at a boutique litigation firm, where he handled a range of civil and criminal matters in both state and federal courts. Before entering private practice, Corey served as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert M. Spector, United States Magistrate Judge in the District of Connecticut.

Corey is a Senior Fellow with the Moot Court Association at New York Law School, where he coaches law students through the process of drafting appellate briefs and preparing for oral argument on a variety of state and federal legal issues. He is also an active member of the New York City Bar Association’s Sex Offense Working Group, the Federal Bar Council, and the LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York.

Corey earned his B.A. in English from Tufts University and his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, where he was an active member of the Moot Court Honors Society. Corey is licensed to practice in the courts of New York and New Jersey, and in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

In his free time, Corey enjoys skiing, cycling, cooking, and jigsaw puzzling.

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