Sean E. Crowley is a partner at the New York City law firm of Davidoff, Malito and Hutcher LLP where he focuses on government relations.
After graduating from Fordham University, Crowley spent three years as an investigator for New York City. He went on to get his law degree from CUNY Law School.
Along with Marty Glennon, he co-founded the Joseph Doherty Civil Rights Fellowship, which provides scholarships for City University of New York Law School.
As president of the Brehon (Irish) Law Society of New York, Crowley traveled to Ireland with New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn to meet with Northern Irish leaders last March, and says the Brehons are working to "ensure that Northern Ireland will be part of the Celtic Tiger and not be left out in the cold."
Crowley is a first-generation Irish-American; his mother was born in Co. Down, and his father's parents hailed from Co. Cavan.
Crowley and his wife, who is also first-generation Irish-American, have three sons.
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