Joseph F. Sensale, Esq.
Joseph received his Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude from St. John's University in 1990 and his Master of Arts degree cum laude from St. John's University in 1993, while receiving his Juris Doctor degree from St. John's University School of Law in 2000. Joseph is a partner with The ChaseSensale Law Group, L.L.P. concentrating their practice in matters pending before the State of New York Workers' Compensation Board, the Social Security Administration, the State of New York Retirement Disability Board, and the State of New York Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board. Joseph was admitted to practice in New York in 2001.
Joseph received Honorable Mention in two of the law school's mock trial competitions, finishing among the top sixteen participants in a field of over sixty students both times. Joseph received the Excellence for the Future Award from the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction for his work in the Civil Practice Seminar offered by the Law School. Prior to his position at The ChaseSensale Law Group, L.L.P., Joseph practiced before the State of New York Workers' Compensation Board as an associate for the Law Offices of Braunstein & Chase, L.L.P., served as corporation counsel contract administrator at Standard & Poor's, Inc., and as manager of its Disclosure Information Service. Joseph has lectured before several governmental agencies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Joseph was selected by the Nassau County District Attorney's Office to participate in a panel discussion "Juries and Jury Selection" and continues to serve as a judge of the Northeast Regional Mock Trial Competitions hosted by St. John's University. Joseph is currently a member of the Bar Associations of Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk Counties, as well as the Knights of Columbus. At St. Mary Gate of Heaven Roman Catholic Church in Queens, New York, Joseph is a member of the Parish Pastoral Council, while also serving as a lector, catechism instructor, and, the administration of the parish Youth Group.