Marcellus man named 'Lawyer of the Year'

Edward Moses of Marietta was named "Lawyer of the Year" for corporate law.

For 40 years at Mackenzie Hughes, Moses has represented several of Central New York's leading businesses and banks in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and corporate affairs and governance counseling. He has also helped national and regional engineering companies including: O'Brien & Gere Engineers, Inc., C&S Engineers, Inc., RobsonWoese Inc., and GHD/Stearns & Wheler, build their practices and reputations.

Moses carries a long list of qualifications beginning with his education. He received a bachelor's degree from Georgetown University and a doctorate in law degree from Syracuse University College of Law. Moses has been admitted to the New York State Bar, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S Court of Appeals, Second Court.

An active member of several professional associations, Moses belongs to the Onondaga, New York State and American Bar Associations. He is also on the board of directors of the Georgetown Club of Central New York and Community General Hospital. He is a former member of the board of directors of the Onondaga County Bar Association and a former delegate of the New York State Bar Association House of Delegates. He was a former member and chair of the Community-General Foundation Board of Directors, a former president and member of the Marcellus Athletic Booster Club Board of Directors, a current honorary member and a former member and chair of the Christian Brothers Academy Board of Trustees, and former chair and member of the New York State Bar Association Young Lawyer Section.

Moses' community service has not gone without recognition. Through the years, he has received the Christian Brothers Academy St. John Baptist De La Salle Alumnus -Trustee -Benefactor Award, the Christian Brothers Academy Purple and Gold Award, and the Marcellus Athletic Booster Club Wall of Fame Award. In June 2002, he was the recipient of the Bishop's Medallion at the annual Catholic Charities House of Providence Dinner.

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