John “Sean” Crowley is a Partner in the New York City office of Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP. Mr. Crowley focuses on government affairs and lobbying efforts in New York State and New York City while providing a supporting role in the firm’s Washington DC practice. Sean brings his creative problem solving skills to assist clients with business development goals, strategic advocacy with government officials/agencies, and in winning legislative objectives.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Crowley was the managing partner of Crowley, Crowley & Kaufman, as well as an Investigator with the New York City Council, and Campaign Coordinator for Congressman Thomas J. Manton.
Mr. Crowley is a member of the Queens County Bar Association, Past-President of the Brehon (Irish) Law Society of New York City.
Mr. Crowley served as the President of St. Mary Winfield’s Youth Council in Woodside and coached CYO baseball and basketball for several years. He serves on the Board of Directors of the MAZ Fund, which raised money to help defer college educational expenses of children who have had a parent die as a result of a violent crime, the Emerald Isle Immigration Center, and the board of the Power Memorial Academy Alumni Association.
Mr. Crowley resides in Forest Hills with his wife, Maureen and their three teenage sons: Pearse, Owen and Garrett.