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Tully Rinckey Hires Partner to Develop Real Estate Practice Group

Tully Rinckey Hires Partner to Develop Real Estate Practice Group

August 17, 2011 – Albany, NY – Tully Rinckey PLLC is pleased to announce attorney Graig Zappia has joined the firm as a partner. Zappia will focus his practice on commercial and residential real estate law and employment law.

In 2009, he started a general practice law firm, The Zappia Law Firm, and its in-house title company, Prosperity Title Agency, which focused on real estate, small business and litigation. Before starting his own firm, Zappia served as an associate attorney at upstate New York law firms in Clifton Park, Latham and Rochester.

Zappia received his juris doctorate from Albany Law School of Union University in Albany, N.Y. While attending Albany Law, he served as an appellate advocacy team member, coach and executive board member of the school’s Moot Court Program. In addition, he served as an article editor for the school’s Environmental Outlook law journal. He received a bachelor’s degree from Siena College in political science.

 

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