Lynn A. Pucino, Esq.
Hometown: Beacon, New York
Birthday: July 21, 1963
College: University of New York at Albany
Major: Magna cum laude Bachelor of Arts CRIMINAL JUSTICE, with honors. (1984)
Post Graduate: Albany Law School,
Juris Doctor (1987)
Bar Admissions:
-Arizona State Courts
-Federal Court District of Arizona
-New York State Courts
-New Jersey State Courts
-Federal Court Southern District of New York
Associations, Achievements, and Publications

 

Professional Associations and Memberships:
Arizona State Bar Associations, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, National Criminal Justice Honor Society, Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice, American Catholic Lawyer, St. Catherine of Siena Scool Board(2015), American Immigration Lawyers Association.
 
Awards:
Arizona Summit Law School Black Law Students Association, Attorney of the Year (2015)
 
Seminars and Lectures:
ARIZONA SUMMIT SCHOOL OF LAW, Phoenix, AZ. Seminar Speaker, "Creating the Pipeline, Pathway to Sucess" (2015)
ARIZONA SUMMIT SCHOOL OF LAW, Phoenix, AZ. Seminar Speaker, "Going Solo" (2014)
AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION, New York, New York. Seminar Speaker. “Handling the Non-Assignee Case” (2004)
ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL, Queens, New York. Seminar Speaker. “New Regulations in No Fault Law” (2003)
BERKELEY COLLEGE, New York, New York. Adjunct Professor. “Litigation”, “Paralegal Practice and Procedure”. Seminar Speaker. “Civil Litigation and the Legal Profession” (1995-1996)
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT PURCHASE, Adjunct Professor. “Introduction to Business Law” (1992-1993)
NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION. CLE Seminar. “How to commence a Lawsuit- Inception through Discovery” (1992)
 
Publications:
AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION DISPUTE RESOLUTION WORLDWIDE REPORTER. New York State No-Fault/SUM Arbitration Reporter: “Written Notice” NF 3086, vol. 27, no.3, p.42 (2006) “Failure to Attend IME” NF 3062, vol. 27, No. 2, p.55 (2005) “Failure to Cooperate” NF 3086, Vol. 27, No. 2, p. 55 (2006)
NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE. “The Trials of Bob Packwood” commentary (September, 1993)

This is not legal advice, and you are advised to speak with the attorney regarding your case and the current law. All cases are different and past results are not a guarantee of future outcomes.