Ms. MacLean is a seasoned litigator with experience in federal and state court as well as arbitration. She has represented individuals and corporations in a wide variety of commercial disputes, in industries including steel, precious metals, luxury goods, energy, entertainment, technology and more. Fluent in Spanish and French, Ms. MacLean has often worked on cases with an international component. Her substantive experience spans the litigation process from beginning to end, from preparing the complaint to arguing the appeal, and everything in between: examining witnesses at trial and in arbitration, taking and defending depositions, working with experts, drafting pleadings and briefs of all sorts, and managing discovery.
Before joining Lowey Dannenberg, Ms. MacLean worked in large law firms in New York City. Her practice there, in addition to the commercial disputes described above, included a significant pro bono component, primarily in the areas of immigration and family law. She has also enjoyed coaching high school students in mock trial and moot court competitions. Ms. MacLean is the author of Choosing Your Rules: Considerations When Drafting Arbitration Clauses, in 40 under 40: Upcoming Issues of International Commercial Arbitration (Carlos Gonzalez-Bueno ed.) (2018), and the co-author of the “Arbitration and Mediation” volume of New York Lawyers’ Practical Skills Series (New York State Bar Association ed.) (2018-2019).
Ms. MacLean earned her J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2007, where she was a Managing Editor of the Columbia Law Review. She received her undergraduate degree in French from Dartmouth College in 2004. She is admitted to practice in New York State, the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
B.A. Dartmouth College (2004)
J.D. Columbia Law School (2007)
More than 50 years of landmark results.