Frank G. Barile















Frank Barile graduated cum laude from Binghamton University, with a double major in English and Philosophy. He earned a Masters in Childhood Education from St. John’s University School of Education in 2007, and taught middle school English before enrolling in St. John’s University School of Law, graduating in 2013 with his law degree. Prior to joining the firm in 2017, Mr. Barile was an associate attorney at a New York law firm representing public school districts and BOCES. His areas of practice include special education, public sector labor and employment law, collective bargaining, general counsel and litigation. Mr. Barile has been published in several law reviews, including the Albany Law Review, Brigham Young Education and Law Journal, and JCRED. He is a frequent speaker at various school law conferences and workshops throughout the State.

Areas of Practice:

Education & Municipal Law, Labor & Employment, Special Education Law

Bar Admissions:

New York (2014)
United States District Court, Southern District of New York


St. John’s University, School of Law, Jamaica, New York, J.D., 2013
St. John’s University, School of Education, Jamaica, New York, M.S., 2007
Binghamton University, Harpur College of Arts & Sciences, Vestal, New York, B.A., 2004


School districts have 10 days to dispute notice of financial responsibility for foster care tuition, On Board, New York State School Boards Association (Mar. 1, 2021)
Eye in the Sky: Employee Surveillance in the Public Sector, 79 ALBANY L. REV. 131 (co-author, Spring 2016).
Making Enemies Out of Educators: The Legal and Social Consequences of Disclosing New York City Teacher Data Reports, 2013 B.Y.U. EDUC. & L.J. 125.
Learning from Lebron: The Suspicionless Drug Testing of TANF Applicants, 26 ST.JOHN’S J. C.R. & ECON. DEV. 789 (Spring 2012).

Professional Associations and Memberships:

New York State Bar Association
Albany County Bar Association