Mr. Pierre firmly believes that quality legal service represents an attorneys’ commitment to protecting all aspects of its client’s needs. Abel L. Pierre entered Fordham University School of Law after graduating Magna Cum Laude from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. At Fordham Mr. Pierre received a sound background in commercial and entertainment law. Mr. Pierre began his legal career as a legal advisor with the New York City Council. There Mr. Pierre, gained a unique insight and understanding of the legislative and public procurement process. Mr. Pierre then entered private practice where he had the privilege to represent clients in a variety of matters ranging from negotiating investment and loan agreements, musical producer agreement, insurance litigation, real estate matters, family law matters and regulatory representation. The Law Office of Abel L. Pierre, has also developed a solid track record by representing the community’s underprivileged population. Under Mr. Pierre’s leadership many underpaid workers have recovered their wages. Mr. Pierre has also successfully defendant many homeowners facing foreclosure due to the most recent financial meltdown. Mr. Pierre has successfully litigated federal lawsuits on behalf of consumers who have been victimized by the brutal tactics of bill collectors and collections agencies. In 2010 Mr. Pierre was sworn in as an Arbitrator for the Small Claims Court of the City of New York. He is also admitted to practice before United States Federal Court. Mr. Pierre is the former Treasurer for the New Jerusalem Church of the Nazarene and currently serves as General Counsel to the Church. Mr. Pierre is a proud member of the National Association of Consumer Law Advocates; The Association of the Bar of the City of New York; New York County Lawyer’s Association; The Brooklyn Bar Association and Queens County Bar Association. In his spare time Mr. Pierre enjoys playing the drums and trumpet, weightlifting and practicing aikido.