Originally from the Philadelphia area, I went to The Ohio State University and... more
Originally from the Philadelphia area, I went to The Ohio State University and received a BA in political science. After graduating from college, I immediately began law school at Thomas Cooley School Of Law in Lansing, Michigan. To be closer to my roots, I transferred to Touro Law School in New York and received my law degree in 2006. When I am not practicing law, you might find me playing... view profile
Mr. Rice received his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Labor Relations from Cornell... more
Mr. Rice received his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Labor Relations from Cornell University in 2000. In 2003, he obtained his Juris Doctor from St. John’s University, having been admitted as a St. Thomas Aquinas scholar. Mr. Rice then worked at several high profile litigation firms in New York City obtaining impressive results for both plaintiffs and defendants. At the same time, he also ob... view profile
I have been in practice for 25 years. I am a fourth generation lawyer in my family.... more
I have been in practice for 25 years. I am a fourth generation lawyer in my family. We have proudly served as attorneys in New York State for more than 107 years continuoulsy. My practice is primarily focused on protecting those people who protect us all. These people are primarily municpal workers such as police officers, firefighters, corrections officers, DPW workers, school teache... view profile
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