I am a husband, father, attorney and author of several literary works.
The main objective of my writing has always been to enlighten and entertain readers with obscure local New York history that has largely been under reported and often cries out for justice. Whether it be fictional crime novels, a Labor Union themed children's book, and the upcoming release of my first historical nonfiction book titled "Long Island Migrant Labor Camps: Dust for Blood", I have never wavered from this storytelling objective.
In my profession as an attorney, I tirelessly represent thousands of unionized workers and their families throughout the greater New York area. I earned my law degree from Fordham University School of Law and a bachelor's degree in history from New York University. I achieved these academic milestones while working full time as a refrigeration engineer at New York University and attending evening classes while raising a family.
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