Michael Gadomski is an Associate Attorney at Honeywell Law Firm, PLLC who focuses his practice in the representation of municipalities on a range of issues relating to Education Law, with a primary focus on Special Education and Civil Litigation matters.
Michael has an extensive background in civil rights and disability law. He served as a post-graduate fellow at Albany Law School’s Justice Center advocating for the deinstitutionalization of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Prior to joining the Honeywell Law Firm, PLLC team, Michael served as a staff attorney at Disability Rights New York, where he represented clients in cases ranging from special education, Medicaid eligibility, guardianship, disability discrimination, to housing discrimination.
Michael graduated cum laude from Lafayette College in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in History and earned his J.D. from Albany Law School in 2013. While attending Albany Law School, Michael served as the Managing Editor for Submissions for the Albany Government Law Review and as a Teaching Assistant for Professor Rosemary Queenan.