Reyna Lubin is an associate in the Eisenberg & Baum Law Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, where she represents deaf and hard of hearing clients in anti-discrimination cases in both federal and state courts. Her practice focuses on public-accommodation issues under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and equivalent state and local laws.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Lubin was an Assistant District Attorney at the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. At the DAs office, Ms. Lubin dedicated herself to helping victims of domestic violence. She handled over 2,000 cases of crimes involving intimate partner violence, including crimes of murder, sexual assault, firearm possession, unlawful dissemination of intimate images, animal cruelty, and numerous other offenses. During her time at the DA’s office, Ms. Lubin conducted several trials and received professional training in trauma and trauma-informed care.
Ms. Lubin is a regular speaker on issues relating to domestic violence, police brutality, and racial injustice.
During law school, Ms. Lubin interned at various civil and human rights organizations, was a competitor at the Robert F. Wagner National Labor and Employment Moot Court Competition, The Texas Young Lawyers Association National Trial Competition, and was nominated to the Wex Malone Inn of Court for her exceptional trial advocacy skills.
Ms. Lubin received her J.D. with a Diploma of Comparative Law from Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University. She received her B.A. in Mass Communications from Louisiana State University where she was also a Division I student-athlete on the women’s soccer team.