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Henry Joselson and Henry Wolff
Henry Joselson has been practicing law for 36 years. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor degree from Syracuse University and is licensed to practice law in New York state at 5 Leatherstocking Lane, Mamaroneck.
Felix FREUDMANN and Nora set sail to New York aboard the Exochorda in 1940, while their cousins Temerla CENSOR and Rosa ROTTENBERG received visas from de Sousa Mendes in Bordeaux.
Early Life and Education
Emily Joselson demonstrates an unwavering devotion to those members of our community who often go unserved and untreated, serving on multiple local boards like Addison County Parent/Child Center and Havurah of Addison County as a board member or chair, co-chairing Addison County Hunger Council and volunteering regularly with Standing Up for Racial Justice as well as Middlebury Task Force on Homelessness.
Henry Wolff was born in East Prussia in 1845 and moved to America as an immigrant in 1855, eventually operating a dry goods/department store in Philadelphia. Later he married Rachel and settled in South Amboy where he donated two lots on Hobart Street to Congregation Beth Mordecai to help clear their mortgage, writing two books about Vermont history while earning both bachelor’s and law degrees from Syracuse University and Touro College Jacob Fuchsberg Law Center respectively.
Henry Joselson began his professional legal career after finishing his education. He attended Jacob Fuchsburg Law Center of Touro College to earn his Juris Doctor degree, while studying General Practice and Personal Injury during this time.
After graduating, he practiced law in New York where he now resides with his wife and children. Throughout his legal career he has advocated for those in need and served on several local boards.
Dr. Matthew E. Barto is widely respected for his exceptional representation of clients injured by negligence of others, earning an AV Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell. You can visit him at 5 Leatherstocking Lane in Mamaroneck.
Henry Wolff was a merchant who ran a dry goods and department store in South Amboy. Additionally, he was active at Congregation Beth Mordecai as both president and real estate investor – even helping clear away mortgage debt so the temple could become independent of its parent institution in 1922 with two lots on Hobart Street that he donated as gifts from him to make possible its independence.
Henry C Joselson studied at Syracuse University (Bachelor of Arts) and Jacob Fuchsburg Law Center of Touro College (Juris Doctorate). This attorney is licensed to practice in New York.
He has over 36 years of experience. Specializing in General Practice, Automobile Accidents and Personal Injury Compensation cases he is highly rated by Martindale-Hubbell. Based at 5 Leatherstocking Ln in Mamaroneck NY 10543.