Regan Samson is an attorney in Anderson Kill's New York office. She focuses her practice on insurance recovery, exclusively on behalf of policyholders.
While attending Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Regan worked as a summer law clerk at Anderson Kill. Also while at Cardozo, she served as a pro bono scholar at Lawyers for Children, where she represented children in cases involving custody, visitation, voluntary foster care placement, abuse, neglect, and termination of parental rights. She also worked as a summer ADR Department legal intern with the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, designing dispute resolution programs responsive to the needs of local communities, and as a mediator at the Cardozo Mediation Clinic, where she mediated cases in Manhattan Small Claims Court between landlords and tenants, business partners, vendors and consumers, family members, and employees and employers.
At Cardozo, Regan was the recipient of the 2021 Jacob Burns Medal, the 2021 Inspire! Award for Pro Bono Services, and the Dean's Merit Scholarship. She was also co-editor-in-chief for the Cardozo Moot Court Honor Society.
Prior to attending law school, Regan was a professional ballet dancer with Ballet Hispánico and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York, where she not only performed in dance productions but also engaged in educational outreach to bring creativity and cultural awareness to local communities. Previously, she worked at the Missoula Children's Theater and On Center Performing Arts in Missoula, Montana, creating programming for children. During her dance career, Regan worked summers as a legal administrative assistant with a Missoula-based law firm.