James Healy joined Sullivan & Brill, LLP in 2013 after receiving his J.D. with summa cum laude honors from Pace University School of Law. While in law school, James was Executive Articles Editor for PACE Law Review; a member of the National Moot Court team, where he was awarded best oralist in the Northeast region; and captain of the International Criminal Moot Court Team, which placed second in North America. In 2012, James was the winner of the Westchester County Above the Bar award, which recognized him as the most promising law student. He was also a winner of the Dean's Award for outstanding achievement.
"I see being an attorney as both a responsibility and privilege to be the person who is allowed to stand in that system for those who cannot stand up for themselves."
- Attorney Healy
While in law school, James interned with the Honorable Kenneth Karas, a district judge for the S.D.N.Y., as well as with the Honorable Daniel Angiolillo of the Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department of the Supreme Court of the State of New York. During his time as a law student, he gained valuable criminal law experience interning in the Manhattan and Westchester District Attorneys' offices, and in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York. Prior to attending law school, James received his B.A. from Columbia University.
Today, James focuses his practice in the areas of criminal defense, complex issues of civil litigation, and appellate practice. He works diligently to protect the rights and wellbeing of each of his clients.
Joined the Firm
- Pace University School of Law, White Plains, New York
- J.D., summa cum laude
- National Moot Court team
- International Criminal Moot Court Team
- Westchester County Above the Bar award winner
- Dean's Award winner
- Law Review: PACE, Executive Articles Editor
- Columbia University
Past Employment Positions
- Intern, Honorable Kenneth Karas, a district judge for the S.D.N.Y
- Intern, Honorable Daniel Angiolillo, of the Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department, Supreme Court of the State of New York
- Intern, Manhattan and Westchester District Attorneys' offices