Vincent Chirico

Principal Appellate Attorney at
Chirico Law PLLC

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New Jersey, New York

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Vince has over twenty-five years of experience in civil litigation, having served as national coordinating counsel for Fortune 500 companies in nationwide and cross-border, industry-wide and individual matters through trial and appeal. As partner in a mid-size New York City firm, Vince also headed its appellate practice group. 

In 2012, Vince formed Chirico Law PLLC, providing litigation and transactional representation as well as consulting services to other law firms. In the litigation sphere, Chirico Law specializes in appeals in various contexts, including commercial, product liability, transportation, and construction law. The firm’s transactional Practice focuses on business formation and transactions, real estate and estate planning. 

Vince is a graduate of New York Law School (Class of ’93), where he also served as Adjunct Professor for 11 years, teaching upper-class and first-year courses on legal writing, research, analysis, persuasion, pre-trial and appellate advocacy. He currently presents legal education seminars focusing on appeals, practice management, practical skills and persuasion. 

In addition to memberships in the New York State and City Bar Associations, Vince is a member of Brooklyn’s Community Board #11, and serves as Chairperson of Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (www.obtjobs.org), President of the American-Italian Coalition of Organizations (www.amicoinc.org), and Vice President of the Dyker Heights Athletic Association (www.knightsaa.org). 

Vince is admitted to practice in State and Federal courts in New York and New Jersey. 

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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • New Jersey
  • New York

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