Roy Fenichel, ESQ.
As Vice President of MIT National Land Services and Director of Programming for the National Law Institute, Roy S. Fenichel, Esq. is uniquely positioned to help real estate and legal professionals connect with each other and with those who would like to meet them, whether for employment, networking or professional association.
By connecting “people” not “professions”, Roy parlays his free continuing education classes (for attorneys, brokers, title agents, and other professionals) into opportunities for networking and introductions. Roy’s client-centered credo, crafted into a calling-card while practicing law, developed into the idea that everyone wants to meet someone, whether for an interview, information, or business connections.
Hold him to that aspirational goal!
With 10+ years as a NY-and-NJ licensed attorney, Roy is known for focusing on the person, not the process, and for the many value-added services he provides, including education and networking.
Roy’s clients, colleagues and contacts have the best of both worlds: his laser-like personal attention to detail, plus the local resources and national firepower of an extensive network of professionals who get things done correctly, courteously and expeditiously.
Before earning a J.D. degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City, Roy graduated from Syracuse University with a Journalism degree from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and a Philosophy degree from the School of Arts and Sciences, after which he served in various editorial roles for legal, news and environmental companies in NY, NJ and VA.
When not busy rooting for the Mets or Cowboys, or serving on various non-profit, religious and homeowner boards, Roy can be seen trying to make his children laugh, or his wife groan, with puns, personalized poetry and ventriloquism.