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Tully Rinckey Expands

At a time when businesses across the country and Capital Region are downsizing and laying off employees, Tully Rinckey PLLC is pleased to announce it is expanding. The company recently added 5,000 additional square feet to its Albany, N.Y. office and is making room for 20 new fulltime jobs.

The positions are a mix of attorneys and support staff, needed to meet the area’s growing demand for legal services. The expansion includes new offices for the firm’s growing Marketing and Accounting departments, as well as a new call center which will eventually house 12 client relations department employees to better serve our clients’ and potential clients’ needs.

“We have experienced exponential growth in a very short period of time during a down economy,” said Tully Rinckey Founding Partner Mathew B. Tully, Esq. “This latest expansion is likely one of many more to come as we continue to expand into other markets.”

The firm has another prominent office on K Street in Washington, D.C. where it focuses on federal employment and military law. The D.C. office recently completed a 2,000 square foot expansion and the addition of new attorneys and support staff.


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