John Del Duco III, Esq.
I was the first member of my family to obtain a college degree. I first obtained Associates Degrees in Biology as well as Humanities from Duchess Community College. I went on to receive a Bachelors of Science from SUNY Brockport and followed that up with my Law Degree from Howard University School of Law.
- New York State
- SUNY Brockport, BS, Brockport, NY
- Howard University School of Law, Washington DC
My father was a Chief in the US Navy, so my brothers and I were brought up with respect for the law, civic duty, and service to others. As a result, I wanted a career in service of others and gravitated naturally to the field of law where I could be an advocate for the legal rights of individuals.
I enjoy supporting others and working with others toward a common goal. Especially with writing motions, I get to research and find solutions for others and work with other attorneys to succeed as a team.
I became an attorney because I wanted a career where I can help people and make a specific individual impact on peoples lives. Being a lawyer gave me a broad range of career options all of were interesting and allowed me to support the people around me.
I start by making sure I understand the file. I ensure that I don’t just know what the motion is for but how it relates to the client, the needs of the case, and the facts. I feel it is important for the motion to be connected to the case and to the needs and objectives that molded it.
I have been very curious throughout my life. Curiosity leads me to enjoy legal research and enjoy motion practice which is often about finding answers to new questions and discover solutions to novel problems.