about radow law/ about beth

Beth has established relationships with professionals whose expertise is brought into transactions, at cost, on an as-needed basis. This includes tax, land use, litigation, trusts and estates, and elder law co-counsel, environmental engineers, architects, contractors, accountants and financial advisors. This approach enables RADOW LAW to provide clients with a customized, experienced team with no hidden expense.

Beth brings to her clients extensive experience navigating through the due diligence and analysis process, negotiating contracts and closing transactions in a timely fashion. In addition, she brings experience as a professor, author, public speaker, board president and over 30 years of pro-bono and community service.

Beth's legal training and hands-on experience includes as an associate general counsel at real estate development company AVR Realty, an associate at the Manhattan law firms of Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP and Battle Fowler LLP; and as special counsel to the White Plains, NY law firm of Cuddy & Feder LLP.  

RADOW LAW’s clients receive the representation of a sophisticated large law firm with the personal attention of a small law firm.  


  • Adjunct Professor at Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York teaching Sustainability Action course work in the College's School of Education.  2015-present
  • Chairwoman of the Committee on Energy, Agriculture and the Environment of the League of Women Voters of New York State. 2010-present
  • Board Member: League of Women Voters Larchmont/Mamaroneck. 2005-present                 
    Chapter President: 2010-2014
  • Appointed to the Town of Mamaroneck Sustainability Collaborative with other volunteer professionals in this waterfront community. The collaborative serves to improve the Town's sustainability, resilience and quality of life by addressing such issues as flood management, emergency response and solid waste management. 2012-present


Beth was among the initial group of 15 attorneys who formed the New York State Bar Association's Committee on Seniors and its successor, the NYSBA Elder Law Section. She chaired the Elder Law Section's Committee on Housing and Real Property from 1992-1997 and chaired the Section's first annual conference in 1992.

Beth is a long-time proponent of universal design which adapts the built environment to accommodate the needs of its residents. Retrofitting homes in this way enables older adults and people with special needs to remain at home and as an integral part of community life.


  • The Fieldston School, Riverdale, NY
  • Bachelor of Science: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY                                                                           
    Major: Human Development and Family Studies
  • Juris Doctor: Cardozo School of Law, New York, NY                                                                                      
    Admitted to practice law in New York State
  • Certification in Mediation: The Ackerman Institute, New York, NY
  • Completion of Pace University Land Use Leadership Alliance Training Program

Visit the Sustainability Section for more detail on Beth’s Public Speaking, Publications, Pro Bono and Community Service


RADOW LAW PLLC is a woman owned law firm.

**NOTE: This website provides general information which does not constitute legal advice. Before establishing an attorney-client relationship and undertaking client representation, Beth speaks directly to each prospective client and enters into a mutual written agreement with the client.