Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, Suffolk County’s premier law firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Joseph N. Campolo to the Board of Directors of United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Long Island, the region’s leading organization dedicated to advancing the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
UCP of Long Island has served the community for over six decades, creating opportunities and helping to fulfill the dreams of thousands of individuals and families. Fewer than 40 percent of the individuals served by UCP of Long Island have cerebral palsy; the organization’s programs and services meet the needs of children and adults of all ages with a wide range of disabilities.
“Joe has been a friend and supporter of UCP of Long Island since 2012 and we were thrilled to honor him at our 2016 Golf Classic,” said Stephen H. Friedman, President and CEO of UCP of Long Island. “He brings a wealth of experience and will be a tremendous asset in helping us further our mission to create life without limits for the individuals we serve.”
Voted Best Lawyer on Long Island by the business community, Campolo serves as the Managing Partner of CMM. Under his leadership, the firm has grown from two lawyers to a robust and highly respected team of over 30 lawyers servicing clients in a wide range of legal practice areas. Headquartered in Ronkonkoma, the firm also serves the East End from its Bridgehampton office, and continues to grow.
Campolo dedicates his time to a variety of philanthropic causes, including the Tourette Association of America, the American Red Cross on Long Island, the Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island (HIA-LI), and the Long Island High Technology Incubator. An avid supporter of the arts, Campolo also serves on the advisory board of the Staller Center for the Arts at Stony Brook University. He is also a member of the Energeia Partnership, Class of 2016. Prior to starting the firm, Campolo served honorably in the United States Marine Corps.
About UCP of Long Island
The mission of UCP of Long Island is to advance the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of persons with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. UCP of Long Island is committed to creating life without limits for people with disabilities. Learn more at http://ucp-suffolk.org/.