Melissa Sidor, Counsel at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP in the areas of estate planning and administration, commercial and residential real estate, corporate law and not-for-profit organizations, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Health & Welfare Council of Long Island (HWCLI), effective January 1, 2018.

As a member of the Board of Directors, Sidor will work to advance the mission of HWCLI, which serves the interests of poor and vulnerable people on Long Island by convening, representing, and supporting the organizations that serve them. HWCLI works to sustain innovative, coordinated, integrated, effective, and efficient services; respond to the needs of Long Islanders, ensuring that the voices of the powerless are heard; and advocate with and on behalf of all Long Islanders to ensure a pathway to economic stability and self-sufficiency.

At CMM, Sidor’s multifaceted practice includes the representation of clients in a wide range of business and real estate transactions, with particular experience on the East End. Sidor also assists with the formation of nonprofit organizations and management of ongoing compliance. Her practice further includes helping families, including high-net-worth clients, plan for their future through individualized estate planning and working to administer loved ones’ estates.

About CMM
Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP is a premier law firm with offices in Ronkonkoma and Bridgehampton. Over the past generation, CMM attorneys have played a central role in the most critical legal issues and transactions affecting Long Island. The firm has earned the prestigious HIA-LI Business Achievement Award and LIBN Corporate Citizenship Award, a spot on the U.S. News & World Report list of Best Law Firms, and the coveted title of Best Law Firm on Long Island. Learn more at

Established in 1947, HWCLI is a regional, nonprofit umbrella organization for health and human service providers dedicated to improving the lives of Long Island’s most vulnerable residents by responding to their needs through the promotion and development of public policies and direct services. Learn more at