Stephen Preziosi established his own Appellate Law Firm after years of extensive work for law firms and the public defenders office in New York City and throughout New York.
He is admitted to the following bars and jurisdictions and regularly writes appeals in New York State Courts and in Federal Courts throughout the nation:
While at school he earned a position as special assistant to three law professors where he contributed to numerous legal articles and treatises. He graduated with honors from St. John’s University with a Juris Doctor in Law and an MBA in management and finance.
While still in school he was the recipient numerous award for his writing skills, such as the Northeastern Conference Writing Competition, the Dr. DeLuca Award and the University Foundation Award. While in law school he worked for a Federal District Court Judge and a New York State Supreme Court Judge gaining valuable experience working on all types of Federal and State cases.
For five years he worked as a Public Defender and held the position of Felony Bureau Trial Attorney. He tried all types of criminal cases and now proudly heads the Appellate Practice at his own law firm in New York City.
He has lectured before numerous legal associations including the Long Island Hispanic Bar Association, the Nassau Women’s Bar Association, the Nassau Criminal Bar Association and at St. John’s University School of Law, St. John’s University Tobin School of Business, the American Bar Association.