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Justin S. Curtis, Esq.

Justin is an Associate Attorney at Sanders, Sanders, Block, Woycik, Viener & Grossman, L.L.P. located in Mineola, New York. During the day, Justin spends a great deal of time attending court conferences, arguing motions, and attending depositions. While in the office, he handle's a number of files; primarily personal injury claims stemming from automobile accidents, premises liability accidents, and labor law accidents.

Justin earned his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in 2010. He majored in English with a concentration in Shakespearean Literature and minored in Native American Studies. While at Dartmouth College, he became fascinated by the law after taking a seminar in Native American Law taught by Professor N. Bruce Duthu. Justin credit's Professor Duthu for shaping his future and his desire to excel in the legal profession.

After participating in a postgraduate fellowship program in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, he earned his law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2014. While studying at the University of Wisconsin Law School, Justin participated in a number of activities, but focused his time on the Indigenous law Students Association (ILSA) and participated on ILSA's Moot Court team. Additionally, he drafted an appellate level brief while interning at the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office and aided in drafting Tribal Ordinances while participating in an externship program with the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians.

Outside of the legal profession, Justin is an avid offshore fisherman and spear fisherman. He enjoys living an active lifestyle outside of the office. Aside from the NYSBA, Justin is a member of the American Bar Association, the Dartmouth Lawyer's Association, and the State Bar of Wisconsin. In addition to the Young Lawyers Section, he is a member of the Torts, Insurance & Compensation Section of the NYSBA. In terms of future projects, Justin is confident time will bring exciting opportunities.

The Young Lawyers Section welcomes Justin and looks forward to his involvement in the years to come.

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