Leland L. Greene maintains an office for the practice of law at 1565 Franklin Avenue, Second Floor, Mineola, New York 11501. Facsimile No. (516) 222-6577. He graduated from The George Washington University in 1969 and St. John’s University School of Law in 1972. He was admitted to practice law in the state of New York on January 15, 1973 in the Appellate Division, First Judicial Department. His New York Attorney Registration No. is 1586049. Lee, as he is usually called, has remained as an attorney in good standing for the entire time he has been admitted before the Bar. He has never been sanctioned by any court.

 

His reputation as a well-prepared, aggressive and passionate advocate is serving him well as he handles cases in the state and federal courts. He invites you to contact him for a free consultation to discuss how he can put that experience to work for you. Leland Greene, Esq. is a name that commands respect by judges and lawyers in Court. Lee formerly worked for four Judges in the state Supreme and Civil Courts in Manhattan.

 

Lee handles litigation, consumer protection and class actions, foreclosure matters, debt law cases, real estate litigation and appeals.

 

In addition to the Courts in New York state, Mr. Greene has been admitted to practice before the following Courts: the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York; the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second and Fourth Circuits; and the United States Supreme Court. Lee has also been admitted to practice, pro hac vice before state courts in Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky and Washington and federal courts in South Carolina, the Western District of Kentucky and the Southern District of Florida (Miami Division).

 

Prior to becoming active in the private practice of law, Lee served as a law clerk to three state Supreme Court [1] Justices-- Hon. Edward J. Greenfield [2] (Ret.), Hon. Max Bloom [3] (Dec.) and the Hon. George Starke (Dec.) in the Supreme Court, New York County. During his time with Justices Greenfield and Bloom, he drafted between 800 and 1,000 decisions each year. Lee also worked as a law clerk for a Civil Court Judge [4] also in Manhattan. In all, Lee worked in the state Court system for slightly more than ten years [5]. In his capacity as an attorney working for judges, Mr. Greene had occasion to review many complex commercial cases and class actions.

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