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Firm Recruiting Rochester Attorneys

Seeing great promise in Western New York’s economy, Tully Rinckey PLLC, an Albany-based multi-state law firm, is mounting an aggressive recruitment campaign as preparation for its expansion into Rochester.

The company said this week, 3,686 letters will be sent to all attorneys who live and work in the Rochester area to invite them to consider employment opportunities at Tully Rinckey as the firm prepares to expand its nationwide network, which includes law offices in Albany, Syracuse, Arlington, Va., and Washington, D.C.

“We spent tens of thousands of dollars on marketing research and hands down, Rochester is one of the best locations for us to continue to grow,” said Founding Partner Mathew B. Tully. He points to the Brookings Institute’s repeated high ranking of Rochester as one of the nation’s strongest performing metropolitan areas, also noting the city provides strong economic indicators for success and ample opportunities for growth.

According to Tully Rinckey’s analysis, Rochester area residents have far fewer options when seeking legal counsel, compared to New Yorkers outside of Western New York. In the Rochester area, there are 291 residents for every attorney, compared to 66 residents for every attorney in Albany County and 87 residents for every attorney in Westchester County.

“From my standpoint, that’s fertile ground for a law firm with ambition and the means to grow,” Tully said.

The firm is looking for attorneys looking to make a fresh start or move in a new direction, Tully said.

To speak with Tully or get more information, contact Graig Cortelyou at (518) 640-1243 or gcortelyou@1888law4life.com.

 

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