Sherri Donovan has over twenty-five years of experience in divorce and family law and has operated her own law firm, Sherri Donovan & Associates, P.C., since 1988. Ms. Donovan is a certified mediator, parenting coordinator, professor of family law, published author, and neutral evaluator for New York City courts for matrimonial cases.
Ms. Donovan is the author of Hit Him Where it Hurts: The Take-No-Prisoners Guide to Divorce, Alimony, Child Support, and More, and has recently published an article on special needs children and divorce in the Huffington Post. Ms. Donovan is a seasoned public speaker and lectures extensively for a variety of organizations that include the United Nations, New York County Lawyers Association, and New York City Bar Association. Ms. Donovan has spoken on many public forums, including television appearances on CBS, NBC, and MSNBC, and radio appearances on WWRL Radio Program, The Joey Reynolds Show, and over fifty syndicated shows across the country. Ms. Donovan has many professional affiliations, including but not limited to: member of the United States Supreme Court Bar; professor at the Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University; divorce clinic specialist for the National Organization for Women (NOW), New York City, since 1990; and legal counsel for New York City’s Small Business Congress.