Thank you for your interest in CMM!
Campolo, Middleton & McCormick is a premier business law firm with offices across Long Island. CMM is a special place to work – in fact, feedback from our employees earned us a spot on Newsday’s coveted “Top Long Island Workplaces” list in 2019. With our own employees serving as judges, this recognition really means something!
What makes CMM a top workplace? We offer unparalleled opportunities to grow professionally, be challenged, and work with sophisticated clients and colleagues. We invest in our employees’ professional growth with training on a variety of legal and professional topics. Our marketing and communications initiatives have raised the bar for Long Island law firms, offering incredible opportunities to participate in panels, publish articles, and gain visibility in the business community.
We’re also serious about giving back to the communities we serve, with numerous fundraising and volunteer activities throughout the year through the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization CMM Cares. CMM employees also enjoy a fun and active firm culture with plenty of activities for everyone!
We look forward to hearing from you.
Business & Talent Manager
Devon Palma, Esq. spearheads all recruitment and professional development initiatives for the firm as Business & Talent Manager. She also focuses on employee engagement, overseeing and executing on firm events and programs to make CMM a terrific place to work.
An attorney herself who began her legal career as a CMM summer associate, Devon is uniquely positioned to understand the firm’s hiring needs and implement the training programs required to attract and retain top-tier professionals. She is responsible for recruitment and hiring of attorneys, summer associates, paralegals, and administrative staff. She oversees CMM’s on-campus interviewing (OCI) at law schools and colleges and focuses on building relationships with universities and businesses to develop a pipeline of talent.
Devon also administers CMM’s highly regarded summer associate program, recruiting and hiring talented law students and overseeing the program once they are on board. She plans their weekly educational seminars, practice area rotations, and recreational activities to provide a snapshot of life as a CMM lawyer.
As training is a critical aspect of CMM culture for all employees, Devon also develops content for the firm’s full calendar of CLE, educational, and professional development courses.
Devon is a graduate of the State University of New York at New Paltz and Hofstra University, Maurice A. Deane School of Law. Prior to taking on her role as Business & Talent Manager, Devon was a member of the firm’s Corporate, Real Estate, and Land Use teams. Devon is also an avid golfer, and has participated in clinics and programs designed to encourage women and school-age girls to take up the sport for their personal and professional growth.