Tully Rinckey PLLC Celebrates New Office at Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony – Nearly $4,000 Raised For Schenectady County SPCA
From left to right: Town of Colonie Board Member Robert Becker, Assemblyman Bob Reilly, Albany County Executive Michael Breslin, Managing Partner Greg Rinckey, Founding Partner Mathew B. Tully, and Congressional Candidate Tracey Brooks
April 21, 2008 – Albany, NY – Tully Rinckey PLLC, one of the fastest-growing law firms in the Capital Region, officially opened the doors of its new office with a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, April 17. Albany County Executive Michael Breslin, Assemblyman Bob Reilly, and Congressional Candidate Tracey Brooks joined the firm’s staff for the celebration. Additionally, the firm was honored with a commemorative plaque from the Town Board of Colonie.
Approximately 100 local officials and professionals attended the ribbon cutting and following reception, where the attendees had the opportunity to network and view the firm’s new office space. During the event, the firm raised $3500 through a silent auction benefiting the Schenectady County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
“It was such an honor to be joined by such esteemed local officials to celebrate our new home. I hope that those who attended had the opportunity to see exactly what it is that sets Tully Rinckey apart from the other firms in the area,” said the firm’s Founding Partner, Mathew B. Tully. “Not only did the event allow people to see just how much the firm has grown, but it also let us raise funds for a worthy organization like the Schenectady County SPCA.”
Tully Rinckey PLLC has grown tremendously since its founding in the back bedroom of Tully’s ski home in Greene County in 2003. Currently, the firm houses 18 attorneys whose practices include Criminal, Family, Estate Planning and Immigration Law, among others. The firm recently expanded to Washington, DC with a branch office on historic 1800 K Street to capitalize on its success within the Federal Employment and Military Law sectors.