Maya Grosz has spent the last 20 years as a legal educator, facilitator, and legal services lawyer. Before joining NYLAG she served as a consultant facilitating conversations about antiracism, equity, and inclusion. From 2009-2019 she was a law professor and Director of the Legal Practice Curriculum at Seton Hall Law School, where she supervised the experiential practical skills courses and programs, and she taught in the first year Introduction to Lawyering course. Prior to her position at Seton Hall, she taught Lawyering for three years at New York University Law School. Before she entered teaching, Maya was an attorney at Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem, where she represented clients in a range of civil matters including abuse and neglect cases in family court, eviction proceedings, and federal police misconduct cases. In the year after law school graduation, Maya clerked for Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV on the Southern District of New York.
Director of Training, NYLAG