Mercedes Colwin Biography and Wiki
Mercedes Colwin is an American trial attorney and television personality well known as the founding partner of GRSM’s New York City Office. She has expertise in a wide variety of litigation, including employment law, commercial litigation, class actions, product liability, professional liability, wage and hour class actions, defamation and related First Amendment claims, civil rights violations and criminal law.
Mercedes Colwin Age
How old is Mercedes? Mercedes is 60 years old as of 2024. She was born on October 12, 1964, in New York, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on October 12th of every year.
Mercedes Colwin Education
Mercedes is a New York University alumni where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English. She also attended and graduated from Brooklyn Law School with a Doctor of Law (J.D.)
Mercedes Colwin Nationality and Ethnicity
Colwin holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in New York, United States. She belongs to the Hispanic-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Mercedes Colwin Height
She stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) and maintains a body weight of 59 kg.
Mercedes Colwin Family
Mercedes was born and raised in New York to a Hispanic mother and a Jewish father. She has five siblings whom she grew up with. However, more information regarding her family members including her father, mother and siblings is currently under research.
Mercedes Colwin Husband
Is Merceds married? Merceds is currently married to her husband Hans. The couple got married through a wedding ceremony attended by close friends and relatives. However, more information regarding her husband is currently under review.
Mercedes Colwin Daughter
Mercedes and her husband are proud parents to a daughter whose details including her name are currently under review.
Mercedes Colwin Net Worth
Mercedes Colwin is an American trial attorney with an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Mercedes Colwin FOX News
Mercedes is widely recognized as one of the foremost national legal analysts, earning acclaim for her insightful perspectives and comprehensive understanding of crucial legal matters that impact the nation. Her expertise extends across a broad spectrum of legal topics, ranging from constitutional law to contemporary legal challenges. As a testament to her credibility and influence, she is frequently sought after to share her opinions and analyses on various television platforms, with a notable presence on FOX News.
Her regular appearances on FOX News underscore her role as a key commentator on critical legal issues. Through articulate commentary and well-informed analysis, Mercedes has become a go-to expert for audiences seeking an authoritative perspective on the legal landscape. Her commitment to accuracy, fairness, and a nuanced understanding of legal intricacies has solidified her reputation as a reliable source in the ever-evolving realm of legal journalism.
Mercedes Colwin Gordon & Rees
Mercedes Colwin, a highly accomplished trial attorney, serves as the founding partner of GRSM’s New York City Office, where she adeptly manages a diverse range of litigation cases. Her expertise spans employment law, commercial litigation, class actions, products liability, professional liability, wage and hour class actions, defamation, First Amendment claims, civil rights violations, and criminal law.
With an impressive track record, Mercedes has successfully defended numerous cases nationwide, achieving favorable outcomes in over ninety percent of her numerous trials and arbitrations. She specializes in litigating business disputes, providing defense for corporations and executives of Fortune 500 companies facing allegations of wrongdoing, including those related to sexual misconduct.
Prior to her private practice, Mercedes served as an Administrative Law Judge for the New York State Division of Human Rights. During her nine-year tenure, while also a partner at a major regional New York law firm, she presided over three thousand cases brought under federal and state discrimination laws.
Mercedes has garnered significant recognition for her contributions. Forbes Business American Airlines named her one of the six most influential women in America, alongside dignitaries such as former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. Notre Dame Law School honored Mercedes with the prestigious Graciela Olivarez Award, recognizing her outstanding achievements as a leading Hispanic lawyer with the highest ethical and moral standards— an award also received by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. MultiCultural Law magazine featured Mercedes in a Leadership Interview titled “Reaching Back to Diversify the Legal Profession.” Human Resources Magazine acknowledged her as one of the Nation’s Most Powerful Rising Employment Attorneys.