• Northeastern University School of Law, JD, 2015
  • Boston University, BA, 2010

Ariella is an associate in the New York office, specializing in complex insurance coverage matters primarily involving complex commercial directors and officers (D&O) liability, professional liability, financial institutions liability, and transaction liability.

Prior to joining Kennedys, she worked at New York insurance coverage firms where she represented domestic and international insurance carriers in the context of directors and officers liability, employment practices liability, financial institution bonds, and professional liability. Ariella has experience providing coverage advice and counsel to carriers as well as representing carriers in all stages of coverage disputes, including through coverage litigation.

Ariella is admitted to practice in New York and Massachusetts. She graduated from Boston University for her undergraduate degree, and earned her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law. After law school, Ariella served as a Law Clerk for the Superior Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Ariella has been recognized as a "Rising Star" by New York-Metro Super Lawyers and New York-Metro: Women's Edition (2021-2022)

Qualifications and admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • New York

Market recognition

  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars (2021-2022)
  • Super Lawyers Top Women (2021)

Presentations and publications

  • “D&O claims: US claims and LATAM updates,” In-House Client Training (January 2024)
  • “EPL insurance and the rise of sexual abuse claims,” In-House Client Training (November 2023)
  • “Investigation practices and protocols,” In-House Client Training (November 2023)
  • “Legal privilege in England/Wales and United States,” In-House Client Training (November 2023)
  • “US Legal System,” In-House Client Training (September 2023)
  • Co-author, “Greenwashing, climate change disclosures, and financial lines risks,” published for Kennedys (May 2022)
  • “Current Claims Trends and Key Coverage Issues Arising in the UK and the US,” In-House Client Training (May 2022)
  • “Overview of Securities Class Actions and Key Trends in D&O Claims,” In-House Client Training (April 2022)
  • “US Professional Indemnity, Financial Institutions, D&O, and E&O Trends,” In-House Client Training (March 2022)