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Jennifer Fazio is, without a doubt, compassionate, tough, professional, and THE best person to represent you in your... more
Rochester  Jennifer L. Fazio

Jennifer Fazio

Rochester, NY Family
Avvo rating 9.0
I have never been a true believer of our legal system , nor did I trust lawyers. Until, we met Rick Roxin. It became... more
Rochester  Richard Caro Roxin

Richard Roxin

Rochester, NY DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
Jim is the only lawyer I have worked with who seems genuinely interested in resolving matters in a straightforward and... more
Rochester  James Dillon Doyle

James Doyle

Rochester, NY Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.7
Carolyn Reardon was hired to "represent" my elderly parents who have dementia and are extremely confused. She... more
Rochester  Carolyn A. Reardon

Carolyn Reardon

Rochester, NY Elder Law
Avvo rating 6.5
Jonathan has helped me create LLCs, close on properties, and give general counsel when needed. He always makes time for... more
Rochester  Jonathan Christian Trotto

Jonathan Trotto

Rochester, NY Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 7.0
Christina Agola is a hard working lawyer you should all be ashamed of yourself she helped me in time of my need and did... more
Rochester  Christina A. Agola

Christina Agola

Rochester, NY Civil Rights
Avvo rating Attention
Jennifer did an exceptional job representing me in family court. She stood out among the three lawyers that I... more
Rochester  Jennifer L. Fazio

Jennifer Fazio

Rochester, NY Family
Avvo rating 9.0
I highly recommend working with James for employment severance or termination agreements. He helped me a lot when I... more
Rochester  James David Hartt

James Hartt

Rochester, NY Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 6.7


practicing lawyers in Rochester

Rochester was originally known as the "Flour City" due to the strong presence of the flour industry in the city. However, in 1859, Rochester become known as the "Flower City" as the seed and nursery industry became the city's primary employer.

By the 1880s, more than one third of Rochester was part of the nursery industry. Rochester's influence as the "Flower City" continues to this day. The city is dotted with numerous parks, gardens, and arboretums.