Campolo, Middleton & McCormick is proud to announce that Senior Partner Patrick McCormick has been elected Second Vice President of the Suffolk County Bar Association. In this role with the SCBA Executive Committee, McCormick will play a critical part in helping the legal profession reinvent itself, expanding access to the court system, and working directly with businesses as they continue to navigate the pandemic.
This election is a significant professional milestone for McCormick, who has previously served as Secretary and Treasurer of the SCBA Board of Directors, as well as Dean of the Suffolk Academy of Law. McCormick will be sworn in at the SCBA Installation Dinner on June 3, 2021.
McCormick chairs the Appellate Practice group at CMM, having built a reputation as a strategic and talented appellate attorney over three decades in the field. Representing clients in civil and criminal matters in both federal and state court, McCormick has argued numerous appeals, including three arguments at the New York State Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court. He is also a respected trial attorney, litigating all types of complex commercial and real estate matters, and also represents national commercial shopping centers, retailers, and publicly traded home builders in commercial and residential landlord-tenant matters. McCormick has been recognized by his peers with the Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent® rating for ethical standards and legal ability, the highest possible rating from the most recognized legal directory and resource.
McCormick will continue to advocate for legal education and access in his new role as Second Vice President. We are pleased to congratulate McCormick on this achievement that highlights his leadership in the legal community.