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Visit my New York Business Law website: www.conwaybusinesslaw.com 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 de... view profile
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Christopher M. Gioe, Esq. I graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2005. Based on dedication and exceptional academic performance I graduated law school in two years on an accelerated program. Upon returning to New York, I was appointed by the District Attorney, Thomas J. Spota to a position as an Assistant District Attorney with Suffolk County. There I prosecuted thousands of misdemean... view profile
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