Jason “The Defender” Russo

Attorney Jason Russo is the owner of the Law Office of Jason Russo in Bay Shore. When he isn’t training in the gym to get ready to fight his opponent this fall, he can be found fighting in the court of law as a criminal trial lawyer.

RussoJason AppJason was at ringside at the 12th Main Event, and decided he was ready to step in the ring this November. “I attended as a spectator last year and was motivated by the incredible show of support, I strongly believe in contributing to local ‘at home charities,’” Jason “The Defender” said.

“The ability to garner support with my areas of influence for a local charity is important. In addition, I am interested in participating in a unique sporting event that will give me the opportunity to increase my fitness.”

Professionally, Jason is a member of the New York State, Nassau county and Suffolk County Bar Associations.

He belongs to the YMCA-Great South Bay and supports Team Boomer –CF Fundraising.

He earned an A.S. from SUNY Farmingdale, B.S. from C.W. Post College and J.D. from New York Law School.

Jason resides in Bay Shore with his wife Kerri and four children Alexandria, Nicholas, Samantha and Benjamin.

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