The Business of... Justice

“It’s something about being ambitious…that leads you to believe that you’re bigger than the moment.”


Royce Russell’s journey began growing up in St. Mary’s Projects in the Bronx, New York where he defied the odds of a young African American male living in the South Bronx, by developing a disciplined work ethic as a student athlete, while attending Fordham Prep High School. The foundation he received at Fordham Prep, prepared him for his matriculation at Fordham University where his academic and extracurricular experiences fueled his desire to fight for justice for others.

For Royce, being an attorney means being an advocate. As the Principal of RSQUARE, ESQ. PLLC, Royce specializes in Criminal Defense, False Arrest/Police Brutality (1983 Civil Rights Violations), Immigration, Contracts, Employment Law and Trademark. For 18 years he was a partner at Emdin & Russell, LLP, where he represented individuals in Federal and State Court from Criminal Investigations, to Trials, as well as represented victims of Police Brutality/False Arrest (1983 Civil Rights Violations). Most notably, he has represented the family of Ramarley Graham, who at 18 years old, was shot to death by NYPD officers. 


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