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NY Attorney Richard St. Paul Honored Amongst Country’s Top Tier


Attorney Richard St. Paul, founder of the St. Paul Law Firm, was recently named to the Lawyers of Distinction, placing him in the top 10 percentile of lawyers throughout the country. Additionally, St. Paul has been named Outreach Person of the Year by the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).

“It’s an honor to join the ranks of those who have made significant contributions in the legal field. I am humbled to receive this award from AIPAC,” said St. Paul. “I am committed to fighting for justice, as well as giving back to the community. As hate remains prevalent, we must be even more vigilant and forge even tighter bonds with our allies to combat it.”

Lawyers of Distinction candidates are identified either by nomination or by the Lawyers of Distinction organization which conducts independent research to ensure all potential candidates meet its standards. Qualifying candidates possess a high degree of peer recognition and professional competence.

In 2011, St. Paul was named as one of New York’s Rising Stars by New York Capitol News, as well as one of Westchester County’s Top 40 under 40 by the Westchester Business Council. Also in 2011, St. Paul was invited to the White House. St. Paul has also appeared on numerous local and national television programs as a political and legal expert.

St. Paul has served as the legal advisor to the NAACP New Rochelle chapter. Additionally, as a voting rights attorney, he has successfully litigated to protect and enhance the voting rights of African-Americans and Latinos in Westchester, NY. St. Paul is currently the Co-Chair of AIPAC-Connects.

About Richard St. Paul, St. Paul Law Firm
Attorney Richard St. Paul is a former Councilman and Deputy Mayor of New Rochelle, NY. As a licensed litigator in both New York State and the District of Columbia, he has represented clients in federal, state and local courts. Practice areas of the St. Paul Law firm include civil rights, business law, civil litigation, commercial/residential real estate, employment law, family law, government affairs, personal injury and wills and trusts. For more information, please call (914) 517-7568, or visit http://www.thestpaullawfirm.com. The law office is located at 445 Hamilton Ave., White Plains, NY 10601.

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