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Mona R Conway

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Before going to law school, I ran an event production company.  I chose to go into law for two reasons: I was bored with the business once it became successful, needing greater intellectual stimulation, and I'd always had a strong sense of justice.  I had started my own business because I couldn't get a job with my psychology degree.  While I seriously considered going to school for a PhD in Industrial Psychology, I was drawn more to law.


The sale of my company, though a largely successful undertaking, prompted my first experience in commercial litigation.  From that experience, I understand what my clients go through; it's time-consuming, expensive and frustrating. I strive to do all I can to minimize these inherent effects on my clients.


As a child, I had watched and taken part in my father's many entrepreneurial endeavors.  He had several printing companies, a mail order business, been a real estate broker and even had a pizza truck (the only one of it's kind). When I wasn't working for my father, I was in business for myself, running carnivals and lemonade stands every summer and I had a paper route. I have much respect for the small business owner.


When I'm not lawyering, I spend time with my friends and family. I especially enjoy relaying stories and jokes together.  Based on what I learned as a semi-professional poker player, I often approach a case scenario the same way I played in a high stakes poker game - at least in terms of sizing-up the opposition and evaluting the odds of winning.  I try to follow the sound advice of someone much smarter than me: "You have to learn the rules of the game.  And then you have to play better than anyone else."  Albert Einstein.


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Practice areas


  1. Business: 45%
    12 years, 500 cases
  2. Lawsuits & Disputes: 20%
    13 years, 400 cases
  3. Commercial: 20%
    12 years, 100 cases
  4. General Practice: 10%
    12 years, 150 cases



Hourly ($250-400/hour), Free consultation (20 minutes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Attorney endorsements

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  • John David Eldridge

    I strongly endorse this lawyer. I have known Mona for well over a decade, and highly recommend her to anyone seeking a truly qualified and experienced attorney ; she is a true professional - dedicated and diligent - who takes personal care of her clients and their legal matters from start to finish.


    John Eldridge Litigation Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Michael Bryan Fisher

    Attorney Conway was of great assistance to me when I was unable to attend a bankruptcy hearing in a jurisdiction in which I occasionally practice but do not live. She was kind to my client, communicative with me and willing to assist in any way possible. She did a wonderful job and I would recommend her to anyone seeking similar assistance.


    Michael Fisher Bankruptcy & Debt Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact info

33 Walt Whitman Rd
Ste 310
Huntington Station, NY, 11746-4299


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Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Accredited BusinessBetter Business Bureau2014
Award of Recognition: Commercial and Corporate Law CommitteeThe Suffolk County Bar Association2013
Attorney AdmissionSupreme Court of the United States2010
Attorney AdmissionUnited States District Court Southern District of New York2007
Certificate of Completion; Mediation Training CourseTouro Law Center2004
Attorney AdmissionUnited States District Court Eastern District of New York2004
Excellence for the Future Award: Judicial ExternshipCALI, presented by Touro Law Center2003
Summa Cum LaudeTouro Law Center2003
Excellence for the Future Award: Pre-trial LitigationCALI, presented by Touro Law Center2002
Excellence for the Future Award: Intellectual PropertyCALI, presented by Touro Law Center2002
ABA/BNA Award for Excellence in Intellectual PropertyAmerican Bar Association2002
Excellence for the Future Award: EvidenceCALI, presented by Touro Law Center2001
Public Interest FellowshipTouro Law Center2001
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Of CounselMona R. Conway, Esq.2002 - Present
Adjunct Professor of LawTouro Law Center2006 - 2007
N/ASupreme Court of the State of New York, Nassau County2003 - 2003
Legal InternNew York City Law Department, Office of Corporation Counsel, Special Federal Litigation Division2002 - 2002
Legal InternUnited States Attorney's Office, Criminal Division2001 - 2001
Association namePosition nameDuration
Jacob D. Fuchsberg Touro Law Center Mentor ProgramMentor2010 - Present
Suffolk County Bar Association, Commerical and Corporate Law Committeemember/substitute chair2006 - Present
Jacob D. Fuchsberg Touro Law Center Alumni AssociationMember2006 - 2012
Suffolk County Women's Bar AssociationMember2004 - 2010
Suffolk County Bar Associationmember2003 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Redash v RofelsohnDefendant's Motion for Summary Judgment Granted
1.2.3. Holding Corp. v MARIE A. BRUNO, DANIEL F. BRUNO and GLORIA BRUNO REVOCABLE TRUSTDefendants' Motion to Dismiss Granted
Boland v MidoloCase Voluntarily Dismissed by Plaintiff
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Publication nameTitleDate
The Suffolk LawyerLatches: an "Oldie" But Not a Goodie in Copyright Cases2014
The Suffolk LawyerThe Secret World of Bad Paper: Debt Collection2014
The Suffolk LawyerWhat to do if Your Case is Removed to Federal Court2013
The Suffolk LawyerPornography Industry's Mass Lawsuit Business Model2012
The Suffolk LawyerSecond Department Decides That Failure To Deny Independent Contractor No-Fault Claim Is Insurer’s Fault2012
The Suffolk LawyerThink Before You “Cease and Desist” Somebody2012
Touro Law ReviewTerrorism, the Law and Politics as Usual: A Comparison of Anti-Terrorism Legislation Before and After 9/112002
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Jacob D. Fuchsberg, Touro Law CenterFocus on litigationJD-Summa Cum Laude2003
City University of New York School of Law at Queens CollegePsychology and EducationBA - Bachelor of Arts1990
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Suffolk County Bar Association, County Court CommitteeBuying and Selling a Business2013
Getting Paid (working title)Pitfalls of client account management2011