Advocacy. Integrity. Excellence.The Law Office of William J. Conley, Jr. is known for its legal skills in navigating the regulatory landscape, its passion for good government and its high-energy advocacy for business and individual clients . . . both in and out of the courtroom.
William J. Conley, Jr
Whether working with government organizations, businesses or individuals, Billy Conley is known for his high-energy advocacy for his clients in and out of the courtroom. He provides strategic insight and tactical recommendations that has resulted in decisions with a major impact on Rhode Island communities, and victories for his clients in state and federal court.
Gina Renzulli Lemay
Gina Renzulli Lemay joined the firm in 2010 after several years with a mid-sized RI law firm where she concentrated on insurance defense matters. Gina handles litigation in state and federal courts for the firm’s municipal and private clients, and has been actively involved in matters focusing on regulatory and administration issues. Gina works closely with the firm’s municipal clients on labor and employment issues, including municipal pensions, and assists with issues related to open government.
Deidre E. Carreno
Deidre E. Carreno is known for her in-depth analysis of complex legal issues and the attention to detail that produces successful and cost-efficient results. She is active in the firm’s representation of government clients including litigation in State and Federal Court and agencies. She also handles collective bargaining and labor disputes.
Dylan Conley handles municipal, land use, and labor law for the firm. He is the Chairman of the City of Providence Board of Licenses and the Assistant Solicitor for the City of East Providence. He has experience in grievance arbitration and collective bargaining negotiations as well as drafting zoning regulations and guiding developers through the permitting process.
Diony Garcia currently works at the Law Offices of William J. Conley, Jr., as a bilingual attorney (English\Spanish), he has experience in handling various civil matters and criminal defense. He began his legal career working as an Assistant City Solicitor for the City of Providence handling various municipal matters before moving on as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the Rhode Island Department of Attorney General.
Caroline Camara joined the Firm as a legal assistant in 2013 after several years with a large New Jersey law firm. Caroline has almost seventeen years of experience as a legal assistant. In addition to being the Firm’s legal assistant, she handles all of the receptionist duties including answering the telephone, greeting clients and maintaining the Firm’s files.
The Law Office of William J. Conley, Jr.
Providence, RI 02903
DIRECTIONS TO OFFICE
From Route 95 North or South, take Exit 22A toward Downtown/Memorial Boulevard.
Proceed straight through five (5) sets of traffic lights.
Proceed through the sixth light and look for 123 Dyer Street; it is a brick building on the right. The entrance is marked by the American flag.
To access our validated parking, turn right onto Pine Street immediately after the sixth light. (Look for the Capriccio restaurant awning to the right.)
Park in the first parking lot on the left for validated parking.
From there, 123 Dyer Street is just around the corner from Capriccio restaurant; the entrance is marked by the American flag. We are on the second floor.