Saratoga Attorney Anthony M. Sokolowski
Attorney Anthony M. Sokolowski graduated from Albany Law School of Union University in 2019 and is admitted to the New York State Bar. While in law school, Mr. Sokolowski served as the Executive Editor of Albany Government Law Review, and Editor in Chief of The Center of Judicial Process under the supervision of Professor Vincent Bonventre.
After graduating from law school, Mr. Sokolowski furthered his experience in both the civil and criminal law sectors where he became well-versed in litigation and client advocacy. Anthony served as a staff attorney at Boies, Schiller, Flexner, LLP conducting document review and advocating in Federal Court on behalf of prisoner’s rights. On the other end of the spectrum, Mr. Sokolowski enhanced his courtroom advocacy skills as a criminal defense attorney. Anthony possesses extensive skill in family law, immigration, and broader criminal defense.
Mr. Sokolowski graduated Magna Cum Laude from Utica College in 2016 earning a Bachelor’s in Political Science. While in college, he was a member of Psi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society and served as an intern at the Oneida County District Attorney’s Office where he worked on nationally recognized murder cases. Notable cases include the Kaitlyn Conley murder case, where a young woman was charged with the murder after allegedly poisoning her ex-boyfriend’s mother and the Word of Life Church murder, where he was featured extensively in Without a Prayer: The Death of Lucas Leonard and How One Church Became a Cult by Susan Ashline. While in college, he was also a member of the football team, earning Academic All-American Honors.
Mr. Sokolowski is also bilingual with fluency in Spanish.