Conway C. Martindale

Conway C. Martindale II has aggressively and effectively represented thousands of clients throughout the greater New York City area. His no-nonsense approach to advocacy has earned him the admiration of his clients and peers, while gaining the attention and respect of his adversaries.

A Bronx native, Conway C. Martindale II attended the prestigious Howard University, while majoring in Political Science, and minoring in Criminal Justice. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree at Howard, he went on to CUNY School of Law.

After graduating law school, he joined the Legal Aid Society of New York; briefly at the Parole Revocation Defense Unit division of the Legal Aid Society and then their Criminal Defense Division. While there, he represented hundreds of clients, fighting aggressively for their interests until his departure to open his own law office, Martindale & Associates, PLLC.

In business matters, Martindale & Associates, PLLC currently represents small businesses, advising in such things as business/entity formation, day to day business negotiations and contract drafting and review. Martindale & Associates, PLLC also served as general counsel for a flourishing insurance brokerage company, advising the company on how to best structure their employment and business contracts, as well as day to day operation. An entrepreneur himself, owning a number of small businesses in addition to his law firm, Mr. Martindale has intimate and personal knowledge of the unique needs of the business client.

On the civil rights side of the practice, Mr. Martindale has brought his same no-nonsense approach to litigation that he displayed in his days at the Legal Aid Society of New York, to representing clients who have been unjustly incarcerated and/or brutalized by members of the Police Department or the Department of Corrections, securing large monetary awards in damages for his clients.

Despite his days at The Legal Aid Society being long past, Mr. Martindale has maintained his same brand of zealous advocacy for his clients who have faced such charges as murder, attempted murder, A-1 Felony Drug Possession, robbery, assault, gun possession and DWI; some of which have gained media attention. His cases have appeared in The Daily News, New York Post and Bronx 12 News.

Mr. Martindale is a member of the Bronx Bar Association, New York County Lawyer’s Association, and the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, while being an active member in the community, assisting in numerous charitable organizations. In addition, he also is admitted to practice law in the Eastern and Southern District Federal Courts of New York, as well as the District of Connecticut Federal Courts.