Bryan Konoski is known to be a fierce litigator and trial attorney that will not back down from a fight. In fact, Bryan Konoski is an unwavering advocate for his clients and is known around the courts as an attorney that is thorough and does not cut corners.
Bryan Konoski is known to be an unwavering advocate for his clients. _It's about justice and doing the right thing?, Bryan states when asked why he practices the fields of law he has chosen. In fact, he's been heard telling people that _my practice gives me the ability to stand up for my clients and protect them when they need it most.?
Early in his career, Bryan Konoski had _broken records? in the legal community. After a detailed interview conducted by a panel of 25 experienced trial attorneys, he had become the youngest attorney appointed to the exclusive Homicide Panel for the First Department (Manhattan).
Bryan Konoski is now also appointed to more than one Federal Criminal Justice Act (CJA) Panel in New York to handle complex Federal Criminal cases. Being appointed to the Manhattan Homicide Panel, and to various CJA Panels, is a great honor and privilege that is extremely difficult to obtain and Mr. Konoski holds his appointments in very high regard.
Bryan Konoski has become one of the most high profile attorneys in the New York/Tri-State area. He has been touted as a _celebrity attorney? and regularly handles high profile cases, appears in the news media, and also appears as an expert legal commentator on Television news programs, including: Court TV, In Session, Nancy Grace, Fox News, Geraldo at Large, general News coverage on Channels 1, 2, 4, 7, 9 and 11, as well as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Daily News, and Newsday. He has also been recognized in celebrity gossip columns such as TMZ, RadarOnline, Perez Hilton, X17 Online, OK! Magazine, E! Online, People, and much more!
Mr. Konoski received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from SUNY Stony Brook. He graduated cum laude (honors), was a member of numerous honor societies, and received various academic awards.
At Brooklyn Law School he was a dean's merit scholar and a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. Upon graduation he was awarded a highly prestigious award for his success in trial advocacy. Additionally, Mr. Konoski was a trial advocacy instructor for an elite trial competition program at the school. Through his teaching, Brooklyn Law School became noted as the number one school for trial advocacy in New York State. This training permitted Bryan Konoski to mold himself into a well known and respected attorney. His background in quality representation and tough, effective advocacy began back in law school and he prides himself on all of his accomplishments since then.
After graduating Law School, Mr. Konoski scored a 149 out of a possible 150 (99th Percentile Nationally) on the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE), which is a test administered as a part of the Bar Exam.