Elisha R. Rudolph, Esq.

Elisha R. Rudolph, Esq., is the managing attorney of the Criminal Defense department of The Grigoropoulos Law Group, PLLC. Ms. Rudolph earned her Juris Doctorate at University at Buffalo Law School, where she graduated cum laude. Ms. Rudolph was a member of The Buffalo Law Review from 2007 – 2009.

Ms. Rudolph is a well rounded attorney who takes pride in her attention to detail to ensure our clients are protected and put in the best position to litigate their criminal matters. Her specialization in Criminal defense, and her continued legal education with the newest Court of Appeals decisions enable her to efficiently handle and manage the Firm’s felony and misdemeanor cases from arraignment to disposition. She ensures the best outcome is had by way of trial or after vigorous plea negotiations.

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • New York State Bar Association, Member
  • Desmond Moot Court Board (Buffalo’s Moot Court), Member
  • Buffalo Law Review, Associate/Publication’s Editor, 2007 – 2009
  • Buffalo Criminal Law Society, Judges Chair/Vice President, 2007 – 2009

Past Employment Positions

  • Law Office of Robert DiDio & Associates…………………………2012-2016
  • Perez & Cedeno, P.C. , Associate Attorney.………………………..2011-2012
  • Anelli Xavier, P.C., Associate Attorney…………………………….2009-2011
  • Hancock and Estabrook, Summer Associate………………………..2008-2009
  • United States Attorney’s Office, EDNY, Summer Legal Intern…….2007
  • Semifinalist at the 2008 Desmond Moot Court Competition, 2008 – 2009
  • Awarded Top Five Appellate Brief at the Desmond Moot Court Competition, 2008 – 2009
  • National Political Science Honor Society Member
  • Buffalo Criminal Law Society: Vice President (2008-2009); Judicial Chair (2007-2008);
  • Executive Board Member (2007-2009)

Ratings and Reviews

Professional & aggressive lawyers! Highly recommended for personal injury & criminal defense! Related

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Attorney client Satisfaction Award 2 years - 2016-2017