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Margaret Adamczak-Durcan, Associate

Margaret Adamczak-Durcan

Margaret joined the Weg & Myers team in March of 2021. Prior to joining Weg & Myers, Margaret specialized in general liability defense matters including bodily injury, premises liability, labor law claims, and construction accidents, handling all aspects of litigation. She also handled appeals in a variety of practice areas, including medical malpractice, construction law, products liability and general negligence. Margaret received her B.A. from New York University, her M.A. from CUNY Queens College, and her J.D. from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, where she was the managing editor of production for the Journal of International Business and Law, and the president of the First Generation Law Students association.


  • Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
    J.D. 2016

    Honors: Journal of International Business and Law: Managing Editor of Production (2015-2016), Junior Staff (2014-2015); Harriet Irsay Scholarship (2013); Jesse R. Baker Annual Memorial Scholarship (2016)

    Activities: President (2015-2016) and Secretary (2014-2015), First Generation Law Students; Real Estate Law Association; Business Law Society; Public Justice Foundation; Hofstra Law Women; Dispute Resolution Society (Spring 2015 Internal Competition); 3L Mentorship Program

  • City University of New York Queens College, Flushing, NY
    M.A., cum laude, in History, 2013

    Honors: Beberfall Scholarship (2013); published paper in Queens College Journal of Jewish Studies, awarded Arnold Franco Prize (best paper on historical revisionism)(2013) and Hratch Zadoian Prize (best paper on Holocaust/genocide studies)(2013)

  • New York University, New York, NY
    B.A., in History and Politics, 2011

    Honors: Harriet Irsay Scholarship (2009); PSFCU Scholarship (2008); HEOP (2007-2011)

    Activities: Polish Club; Commuter Circle; History Society; Undergraduate Law Society;

    Studied abroad at University of London during Fall 2010


  • Admitted in New York (2017) and New Jersey (2017)