John Crowely, Government Relations, Land Use, Attorney, DHC, Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, NYC, New York City

Sean E. Crowley


New York State

City & State NY’s Borough 50 list for Queens, 2016 Cathedral Club, Diocese of Brooklyn, Guest of Honor, 2015 Irish American Building Society, St. Thomas More Award, 2012 President of St. Mary Winfields Youth Council in Woodside Board of Directors of Maz Fund

City University Law School, J.D. Fordham University, B.A.

John “Sean” Crowley is 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, he was the Managing Partner of Crowley, Crowley & Kaufman; was 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 is an advisor to Board of Directors of the Emerald Isle Immigration Center. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Power Memorial Academy Alumni Association and the Board of Directors at All Hallows High School in the Bronx.  In addition, he is a co-administrator of the Mercy/Martyrs CYO basketball program.

Mr. Crowley resides in Forest Hills with his wife, Maureen and their three sons: Pearse, Owen and Garrett.