Paul L. Scrom Jr

Paul Scrom

Paul L. Scrom Jr


Paul L. Scrom Jr. is a Partner of the Firm. He has over a decade of legal experience and devotes his practice to representing organizations in all employment law matters. Paul regularly advises Human Resources executives, in-house counsel, management and business owners on compliance and preventative measures in order to avoid expensive litigation and costly government penalties. His counsel includes issues of employee discipline, terminations, discrimination/harassment, wages and hours, independent contractor classifications, restrictive covenants and social media. Paul also prepares employee handbooks, employment agreements, separation agreements and other HR documents.

Paul frequently presents on legal and HR topics to business groups, professionals, and clients. Such topics include respect in the workplace (harassment/discrimination), wage and hour compliance, disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act, conducting workplace investigations and the performance review process.

In addition to handling employment law matters, Paul brings valuable expertise in education law to the Firm. Paul serves as a crucial resource for schools, often acting as outside general counsel and advising on a wide range of issues. Paul advises clients on FERPA privacy compliance, mandated child abuse reporting, student discipline, community relations, educational standards, vendor contracts, cybersecurity, local municipality regulations, and numerous other complex education law issues. Paul’s dedication to providing proactive legal guidance helps schools and education consultants navigate complex regulatory landscapes and allows them to focus on providing education to their school communities.


  • Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, J.D., full merit scholarship
  • Binghamton University, B.A., Magna Cum Laude


  • New York
  • New Jersey

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, New York, Eastern District
  • U.S. District Court, New York, Southern District