Isaac Mamaysky is an education and employment law attorney who focuses on the unique legal needs of schools, universities, youth program providers, and related businesses that have minors on campus. 

Working with a deep bench of partners at Potomac Law Group, Isaac offers comprehensive solutions to clients’ multi-disciplinary challenges. Isaac has experience in a range of matters, including employment issues, internal investigations, mandatory reporting obligations, compliance with laws and industry regulations, corporate governance and bylaws, dispute resolution, and litigation. Isaac is also well-versed in crisis management and crisis communication, and he supports senior administrators when they face complex, unexpected challenges.

In addition to practicing law, Isaac has many years of experience as the executive director of a large nonprofit organization. Through this role, he has firsthand experience with the same types of challenges faced by his clients. Isaac is also a frequent speaker at various industry conferences and events, at which he presents on topics related to law, management, sales, and marketing.


Isaac earned his Juris Doctor cum laude from the Boston University School of Law, where he was a Paul J. Liacos Distinguished Scholar, an Edward F. Hennessey Scholar, and a member of the International Law Journal. A Rhode Island native, Isaac earned a Bachelors degree in Philosophy summa cum laude from the University of Rhode Island Honors Program.




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Contact Isaac: 212.531.5050 | imamaysky@potomaclaw.com

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