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Morgan Hinckley

Associate Attorney

Rochester, NY

(585) 258-2885

(585) 258-2821

A great communicator, a knowledge-seeker and a traveler. Morgan brings a unique set of skills to our firm. A 2019 law school graduate, her background and prior experience has honed her excellent communication skills, something that will serve the firm’s clients well.

 

Morgan enjoys listening to SCOTUS cases, being keyed into new precedents as they are formed. This knowledge-seeking behavior is apparent when one gets to know Morgan. She has taken every available opportunity, in addition to her studies at Syracuse University College of Law, to be entrenched in the law—first serving as a legal intern, then becoming a student attorney followed by her work as a summer associate, and then as a law clerk during her final year of law school. We are excited to watch her continue to grow as she begins her legal career at Underberg & Kessler.  

 

In Morgan’s prior role as a student attorney, she represented children in local school Individualized Education Program meetings while working for the Disability Rights Clinic at law school.  In addition, she participated in local town hall meetings, addressing accessibility issues in the city of Syracuse.

 

It is her work as a summer associate and then as a law clerk where Morgan steered her practice towards real estate. Morgan has developed a niche for real estate work. She has drafted proposal plans and attending closings. She has experience researching tax and lien laws applicable to New York commercial real estate and has prepared closing documents and analyzed conditions subsequent to enforceability and limitations in New York.

PRACTICE AREAS
EDUCATION

Syracuse University

College of Law, J.D.
 

Clarkson University, B.S.

COURT ADMISSIONS
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Morgan is a member of the Phi Delta Law Fraternity and the National Women’s Law Student Association.