Supreme Court Justice William B. Rebolini is currently the presiding justice of a civil litigation trial part which serves as a court of law and equity. He is also a former adjunct professor, at Dowling College, teaching Business Law and Ethics, Labor and Employment Law and related topics. He was formerly an adjunct professor of Business Law at the New York Institute of Technology. Justice Rebolini also served as Deputy Supervisor/Councilman, Town of Huntington, partially responsible for the policy and operations of local municipal government.
As an attorney in private practice, Justice Rebolini represented various individuals, business entities, charitable organizations and an insurance company in civil litigation and other matters. As an associate for a New York City law firm in securities litigation, under the supervision of a senior partner, he authored a petition for writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court which resulted in the case being accepted for appeal and received the honor of appearing before the U.S.
Supreme Court as co-counsel at the age of 27. He has served as an officer and board member of many charitable and professional organizations including the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association, the Suffolk County Bar Association, Rotary, the Guide Dog Foundation, Moonjumpers Charitable Foundation, the Long Island Development Corporation, and others. He has been a judge since 36 years of age and has been on the bench for almost 24 years.