Sal is a proud dad first and foremost to Michele and Annunziata his daughters and his son Emilio. Salvatore Strazzullo is a first-generation Italian-American from Naples, Italy. His work ethic was instilled in large part by watching his father hold three jobs as a busboy, porter and deliveryman during his childhood. His mother raised her children with old world values but with an enormous emphasis on education. Although Sal attended a public school in the neighborhood of Bensonhurst, Brooklyn which had a graduation rate of less than 40%, he resolved not to become another statistic. He focused on his dream of becoming a lawyer and attended John Jay University, majoring in Public Administration before obtaining his law degree from New York Law School while working as a valet parker and a waiter in the entertainment industry in his twenties, by the age of 29 he started his law firm.

In 2001, Sal started Strazzullo Law, a general practice firm specializing in all areas of the law, including criminal and civil litigation, real estate and estate planning. Sal has personally gone on to represent some of NYC’s elite in some of the most high profile criminal cases in the past decade, involving sports players, supermodels, actresses and rappers. He represents major corporate clients, such as Lioni Food Corp, the largest mozzarella corporation in the United States. His concern for his clients extends beyond the judicial courtroom and on to the court of public opinion. He fights rigorously for justice and is known for his compelling summations during trial.