Peter Gregory ‘10 recently joined McConville, Considine, Cooman & Morin, P.C., in Rochester, N.Y., as an associate attorney in the litigation group, where he represents clients in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including personal injury law, collections and commercial and business litigation.
“The most exciting part of my current job is the opportunity to personally work with clients and help them solve their legal problems through the litigation process,” said Gregory, who has already represented several individuals who were seriously injured through the negligence of others.
Last month, Gregory was profiled by the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle as a rising young professional.
A Rochester native, Gregory noted in the profile that "As much as I would like to say that I returned to Rochester for the Garbage Plates, I returned to the Rochester area to be close to my friends and family."
Gregory graduated with honors from Hobart College in Geneva, N.Y., where he earned a degree in political science before enrolling at Albany Law School. While at Albany Law, Gregory clerked for a personal injury firm.
"My favorite professor at Albany Law was the late Hon. James P. King ’59," recalled Gregory. "I was able to take his Trial Practice class while he was still teaching as an adjunct professor at Albany Law. The self-described 'war stories' of his experiences on the bench made his class both engaging and informative."
Gregory volunteers regularly with his alma maters and currently serves as a board member for the Allendale Columbia School Alumni Association, the college preparatory school that he attended in Rochester. He is also a member of the Rochester Young Professionals.
“I am involved in several young professional groups in the Rochester area,” said Gregory. “These groups provide networking opportunities and a way to stay in touch with former classmates who now practice in my hometown.”
McConville Considine Cooman & Morin, P.C., is a full service law firm with more than one dozen attorneys based in Rochester, N.Y.