James assists clients with a wide range of labor and employment issues in all phases of litigation including pre-trial motions, discovery demands and trial.

Prior to joining Bond, James was an assistant district attorney in the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office where he was first chair in taking a bench trial to verdict, conducted pre-trial evidentiary hearings, and prepared motions and accusatory instruments. Before that, he was a summer associate and law clerk with Nixon Peabody in New York City where he prepared memoranda of law and motions on various legal issues for multiple practices.

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  • LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York
  • Scholastic Achievement Award for Highest Grade Point Average in the Class for the Third-Year of Study, School of Law at Hofstra University
  • Distinguished Service Award for Exemplary Contributions to the Progress and Welfare of the Law School, School of Law at Hofstra University 

  • Therapists Behind Bars: Criminalizing Gay-to-Straight Conversion Therapy, Family Court Review, Volume 59, Issue 1