Ronald Schnepf began working for MDASR as a part-time scanning assistant in 2012. Before his admission to the bar, Mr. Schnepf worked with the firm as a paralegal, handling matters such as workers’ compensation settlement negotiations, reviewing and organizing medical records for cases involving 9/11-related illnesses, and attending appointments with clients at the New York City Retirement System’s medical board. He graduated from Hofstra University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Philosophy and graduated from Touro Law School in 2019. Mr. Schnepf was a member of Touro’s Honors Program and the winner of the Fall 2015 CALI Award for Legal Excellence in Legal Process I. He was actively involved in pro-bono work with the “Breaking Barriers” program, which assisted clients with criminal histories in pursuing professional licenses, and also worked in the school’s Small Business and Nonprofit Clinic. Mr. Schnepf is particularly skilled in the area of legal writing and has written appeals on workers’ compensation issues to the New York State Appellate Division.