Ariel Sodomsky is an associate in the Entertainment Group. She is recognized in Variety’s 2021 Legal Impact Report “Up Next” list. The Legal 500 lists her as a “Rising Star” in Media and Entertainment for 2021.
Ms. Sodomsky handles a range of transactional entertainment work. Prior to joining Frankfurt Kurnit, Ms. Sodomsky worked in the television business affairs group at Creative Artists Agency, where her experience included advising entertainment clients on both scripted and unscripted television matters.
She is admitted to practice in New York.
awards & recognition
Variety’s Legal Impact Report “Up Next” list (2021)
The Legal 500 "Rising Star" in Media and Entertainment (2021)
Cornell University (BA, 2012)
Fordham University School of Law (JD, 2015)
- Editor of Fordham’s Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
- Competed in the National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court competition
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Past Speaking Engagements
news & press
Frankfurt Kurnit in The Legal 500 2021
The Legal 500 praises three of our practice groups: Advertising & Marketing; Entertainment; and Privacy & Data Security. The London-based directory spotlighted fifteen of our attorneys individually: Lisa E. Davis, Daniel Goldberg, Richard Heller, Andrew Hurwitz, Candice Kersh, and Michael Williams. Julie Murray is listed as a “Next Generation Partner” in Entertainment. Ariel Sodomsky is listed as a “Rising Star” in Entertainment. Christopher R. Chase, Jeffrey A. Greenbaum, Brian G. Murphy and Terri Seligman are listed as “Leading Lawyers” in Advertising. Dorian Slater Thomas and Matthew Vittone are listed as a “Rising Stars” in Advertising. Rick Kurnit is in the “Hall of Fame” for Advertising.
Variety’s 2021 Legal Impact Report
Variety’s 2021 Legal Impact Report includes Marcie Cleary for her representation of creators in film, TV and digital. Larissa Calva Ruiz, Hayden Goldblatt, Sean Jefferson and Alan Sacks are recognized for their work in entertainment finance. Ariel Sodomsky is included in the "Up Next" section for her work on TV production matters. View Article