Fleischer & Ravreby Lead Counsel Profiled in Annual Supplement

Myra Chack Fleischer, the lead counsel and founder of Fleischer & Ravreby, is featured in The Daily Transcript’s Top Influential Women for 2019, a special supplement which pays tribute to the most talented, innovative and hard-working women in San Diego.

According to the Transcript, a longstanding San Diego business publication, the featured professionals represent a wide range of industries – from legal to real estate to education – but have all made an important impact on their respective business sector and the community overall.

Concentrating her practice on divorce, property, custody and support, settlement agreements, mediation, family law appeals and asset division, Fleischer founded her firm in 2001. In her many years of practice, she has volunteered with courts as a judge pro tem, has offered pro bono legal services to those who could not afford an attorney and has also volunteered at domestic violence clinics offering free legal services to victims of abuse. Prior to becoming an attorney, she worked for 10 years as an accountant in public accounting and then as the controller of an international mid-sized software company. Her financial background combined with her law expertise is key to her success in representing clients in cases where there are issues involving complex asset divisions.

Actively involved in the community as well as professionally, she is currently the National President of the Jewish National Fund’s Women for Israel Campaign.  In this capacity, with the help of volunteers all over the United States she oversees the fundraising goal of $26 million for Jewish National Fund’s 2019 campaign year. She has been an active member of Jewish National Fund’s Board of Directors since 2010 and previously served multiple terms as its Regional President.

Additionally, she has served in multiple leadership roles for Congregation Beth Am, including Vice President of the Board of Directors.