Lucien Morin II
McConville, Considine, Cooman & Morin, P.C.
25 East Main Street
Rochester, New York 14614
COLLEGE: Boston College
LAW SCHOOL: Albany Law School
ATTORNEY SINCE: 1975
STATES ADMITTED: New York
PRACTICE AREAS: Bankruptcy
Lucien A. Morin, II, a graduate of Albany Law School (J.D., 1974) and Boston College (A.B., 1969), is a partner in the firm of McConville, Considine, Cooman & Morin P.C. (www.mccmlaw.com).
Mr. Morin was named as a New York Super Lawyer, honored among outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
In 2010, Mr. Morin was a recipient of the William E. McKnight Volunteer Service Award by the Volunteer Legal Services Project.
He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Monroe County Bar Association (MCBA), was a past-chair of the MCBA Real Estate Section and the MCBA Bankruptcy Committee. He also served as Dean of the MCBA's Academy of Law and in June 2000 was recognized for his dedication to furthering the education of the Bar receiving the Raymond J. Pauley Award.
Mr. Morin is also a member of the American Bar Association having been a past Chair of the Bankruptcy Special Interest Committee of the Law Practice Management Section. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, having served on the Real Estate Section’s Executive Committee. He is also a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees.
Mr. Morin is a frequent lecturer for the Monroe County Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Greater Rochester Association of Realtors (GRAR) on various real estate and bankruptcy related matters and has been a panel member for The People’s Law School, presented by the MCBA.
He is a member of the GRAR Realtor®/Bar Committee. He was a recipient of the 1998 GRAR Honor Society Award.
On the community front, he now acts as an advisor to the Perinton-Fairport Dollars for Scholars, having been one of the founding Board Members. In 2001 he was recognized by Dollars for Scholars and received the Chapter’s Certificate of Honor for service to the community. He has served on the Board of the Perinton Chamber of Commerce, and is a past president of that Chamber.
Although his college trumpet playing days are long past, his interest in music continues and he is called upon from time to time to act as an advisor to the Perinton Concert Band.
Mr. Morin served in the U.S. Army from 1970-72. As a member of the American Legion Brooks-Shepard Post 765 in Fairport, New York, he is a Past Commander and continues to serve the Post as its Legal Officer and Vice Commander.
Mr. Morin currently acts as counsel to the Fairport Office of Community + Economic Development in Fairport, New York.