Author Bio: Adam Leitman Bailey, has, throughout his career, established himself as a connoisseur of real estate. For the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and several other national media outlets, Bailey frequently contributes his real estate expertise and advice. As an owner of several properties and father of two children, Adam Leitman Bailey was
“I want to thank you again for giving me the opportunity to pursue my legal education and enabling me to become exposed to the world of advocacy by creating the Advocacy Program Scholarship”
“Dear Mr. Adam Leitman Bailey, I am currently a rising 2L at the Syracuse University College of Law. I am also the recipient 2021-2022 Advocacy Program Scholarship, thank you. The Advocacy Program Scholarship has been and will continue to be extremely helpful to me. Along with giving me financial support, this scholarship has exposed me
Former Raymond ‘Hap’ Harrison Scholarship Recipient, Extern and later Marketing Associate, Kelly McNaughton, Finishes Top of Her Class at Rutgers Law, Begins Judicial Clerkship at the Appellate Division
Kelly has had many accomplishments since her experience as an intern at Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. during the summer of 2013. She went on to her undergraduate studies at Rutgers University, Adam’s alma mater, in 2014 and earned a degree in Business Management and Labor Studies. “As a recipient of this scholarship, I have been
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpzPUL6ZhuA&t=1s&ab_channel=AdamLeitmanBailey%2CP.C. COVID-19 has left a long lasting impact on our world. As the pandemic gained traction throughout the United States, New York City’s COVID-19 patient count was growing at an exponential rate come mid March. Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, New York, has since been labeled as “Ground Zero” for COVID-19 in the country.
Syracuse Law Recognizes Adam Leitman Bailey in 2018 Yearbook for His “Generosity and Commitment” to the School’s NYCEx Program
NYCEx Gets a Boost from Our Alumni The Externship Program would not be possible without the generosity and commitment of alumni. Former students provide a range of benefits for the program, from hosting externs, to lecturing in “lawyer seminars,” to networking with students at alumni events in program cities. Adam Leitman Bailey L’95, for instance,