Vladimir Mironenko is an associate in the Litigation and Landlord-Tenant Group, concentrating on real estate, title insurance, and residential and commercial landlord-tenant litigation (with a focus on complex non-primary residence and succession matters). Mr. Mironenko also focuses his practice on cooperative and Mitchell-Lama representation and condominium unit lien foreclosures. Mr. Mironenko prides himself on a strong work ethic, an aggressive approach and attention to detail that have resulted in successful decisions and settlements for his clients.
Mr. Mironenko graduated from Stuyvesant High School in 2003 and received his B.S. magna cum laude from Pace University in 2007. He received his J.D. magna cum laude from New York Law School in 2011 where he placed in the top 5% of his class, served as Staff Editor of the Law Review and was a John Marshall Harlan Scholar in the school’s Center for Real Estate Studies.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Mironenko worked as a loan officer closing dozens of residential and commercial deals for his clients. Mr. Mironenko also worked as a NYC Department of Parks and Recreation beach lifeguard for nine years. Mr. Mironenko joined as a law school extern in 2009, where he contributed to an article about mortgage lien priorities that was published in the New York Law Journal and participated in a successful jury trial that decided succession rights to a rent stabilized apartment in New York City.
Mr. Mironenko has a black belt in hand-to-hand combat. He is fluent in Russian.