Mayo Bartlett, Esq.

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bartlettlaw@hotmail.com
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Office: 914-224-3086
Fax: 914-468-6333

50 Main St, #1000
White Plains, New York 10606

Mayo Bartlett is the Principal Attorney at the Law Offices of Mayo Bartlett, PLLC and he was a partner at the law firm of Young & Bartlett, LLP, a litigation law firm which focused on Plaintiff’s Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, and Civil Rights matters. He worked for the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office for more than ten years, and served as a litigator in the Superior Court Trial Division prior to his appointment as the Chief of the Bias Crimes Unit. Mr. Bartlett has provided hate crime training for the law enforcement community and he works with community organizations and schools to ensure that hate crimes are properly identified, reported, and investigated.

Mr. Bartlett is a co-founder of SAFE PASSAGE, a youth law forum that brings issues of law and policy to the classroom, and he speaks regularly on the topics of human rights and non-violent conflict resolution. Mr. Bartlett served on the Advisory Board of the Westchester Holocaust Education Center, assisting the Center in the development of an alternative educational sentencing program for young people who are believed to have been involved in non-violent hate crimes in Westchester, New York and adjoining counties.

Mr. Bartlett has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Pace Law School, where he taught Moot Court and lectured on Ethics. He was an active member of the New York State Hate Crimes Coalition, an organization that played a pivotal role in the passage of the Hate Crime Act of 2000, the first comprehensive hate crime legislation in New York State. Mr. Bartlett is a former Vice President and Director of the Westchester County Bar Association, where he served as Co-chair of both the Criminal Justice Section and the Membership Committee, is a member of the Judiciary Committee, and a former delegate to the New York State Bar Association. He served as a Director of the Westchester County Black Bar Association, and is the former Chair of the Westchester County Human Rights Commission. He is a convener of We Are Westchester, a coalition of not-for- profit organizations that focuses on social justice.

Mr.Bartlett is a Director of the Legal Aid Society of Westchester County, a past Trustee of the Music Conservatory of Westchester, a past Director of (Congregations Linked in Urban Strategy to Effect Renewal), a Director Emeritus of the New York Civil Liberties Union, and he is a member of the African American Men of Westchester. Mr. Bartlett is a member of the Executive Committee of the White Plains - Greenburgh NAACP, and a Director of the Urban League of Westchester and he serves on the Advisory Board of the Westchester Children’s Association.

Mr. Bartlett regularly appears on the news forum “Richard French Live” on WRNN and Verizon Fios1 as a member of the legal panel, discussing current issues concerning the law and society.

Mr. Bartlett is the author of A Day at the Museum, and he frequently spends time working to strengthen communities.