back to homeJudicial Campaign      Ethics Center

Voter Guide Home

Select Your County



2012 Voter Guide

John J. Leo
Candidate for the
Supreme Court
Tenth Judicial District
(Nassau and Suffolk)

  No Photo Provided

Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • A graduate of Fordham University and Fordham University Law School - MBA in Finance and Accounting from New York Graduate School of Business - Admitted to practice in New York and before the Supreme Court of the United States, the United States District Court of the Southern and Eastern Districts - Chief Legal Officer for the Town of Huntington - Private Law Practice includes labor-management relations, collective bargaining, arbitration, civil litigation, Civil RICO, real estate, trust and estates and election law - Trustee and member of Finance Committee of the St. Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church - Coach(ed) and/or coordinator of basketball, soccer, baseball, softball for St. Hugh’s and Tri-Village Leagues - Member St. Anthony’s High School Father’s Guild Awards received: - Father of the Year St. Anthony’s Father’s Guild - Suffolk County Bar Association - Serving as an Officer of the Academy of Law - Suffolk County Bar Association Award of Recognition - Nicholas Brizzi Founders Award from Council of Neighborhood Organizations Found Qualified by the Suffolk County Bar Association
IJEQC rating
(Learn More)
  • Did Not Apply
Party Membership
  • Democrat
Party Line
  • Democrat
  • Independence
  • Working Families
Campaign Web Site
  • Fordham University, BA, 1976
  • Fordham Law School, JD, 1981
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1982
  • Attorney
Professional Experience
  • Town Attorney, Town of Huntoington
  • Law Office of John J. Leo
  • Manning, Raab, Dealy & Sturm

Created from information supplied by the candidate. The Judicial Campaign Ethics Center does not check statements for accuracy, and does not correct spelling or grammatical errors. The Center does not support or oppose any political party or candidate.

©2012 - All Rights Reserved.

 return to top
New York State Unified Court System Lady Justice