Cherise Vanderhall, Esq. is the principal of The Law Offices of Cherice P. Vanderhall, P.C., a civil practice based in Nassau County. Prior to forming her own firm, Cherice gained invaluable legal experience in all areas of complex civil litigation including commercial and employment disputes, professional liability, insurance defense, wills, trusts, and estate, labor and employment, family, and matrimonial law. Sher is a tough litigator who has helped clients to achieve successful resolutions in both Family, Supreme, and Federal Court.
As a committed community advocate, Cherice serves as a Panelist or Guest Lecturer for both schools and community events speaking on various legal and community issues, has been featured on Long Island News 12 Diverse Long Island, served as a mentor at Turtle Hook Middle School, and serves as a volunteer track coach for the Uniondale H.S. Girls Track and Field team. Cherice is also member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, LI Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the Board of Directors for Nassau Suffolk Law Services, and a number of bar associations including the National Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Nassau County Bar Association, Nassau County Women’s Bar Association, and a past-president of the Amistad Long Island Black Bar Association. Her leadership has been exemplary with recent roles as Jackson Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church Board of Trustees (Member) and the NAACP – Hempstead Chapter (Legal Counsel).