Greg T. Rinckey

Greg T. Rinckey

Tully Rinckey PLLC
  • Criminal Law, Employment Law, Family Law...
  • District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York
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Greg T. Rinckey, Esq. serves as the Managing Partner of Tully Rinckey PLLC.

Mr. Rinckey concentrates his practice on military law, federal employment and discrimination litigation, and national security clearance mitigation. During his previous tenure as an attorney with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, Mr. Rinckey prosecuted and defended military personnel in over one hundred felony cases with charges ranging from drug possession to murder. He has represented federal and private sector employees in investigations and cases in front of the Merit Systems Protection Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Office of Special Counsel.

Since joining fellow Hofstra University alum Mathew B. Tully, Esq. to form Tully Rinckey in 2004, Mr. Rinckey has become a recognized leader in the military and federal employment law sectors.

Greg has also been appointed to the Committee on Character and Fitness for the State of New York Appellate Division’s Third Judicial District. In this capacity, he personally interviews prospective attorneys before they are allowed admission to the New York State Bar.

In addition to his military law and federal sector experience, Mr. Rinckey serves as a certified New York State attorney for the child, where he represents children involved in family court litigation. In 2010, he was also elected to a three-year term on the Albany-Colonie Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

Mr. Rinckey is frequently called upon by local and national media outlets to offer his expert legal commentary on military and employment discrimination matters. Most recently, he has been featured on FOX News, CBS, and YNN.


Before going into private practice, Mr. Rinckey served as an attorney in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG). Additionally, he was selected to serve as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. In that capacity, he prosecuted hundreds of felony and misdemeanor cases arising on federal property in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area.

Mr. Rinckey’s last active duty assignment was at the Defense Appellate Division in Washington, DC, where he wrote criminal appellate briefs and argued appeal cases. Greg was honorably discharged from the Army JAG Corps in April 2004.


-Wellein v. Department of Justice
-Collins v. Department of Agriculture
-Garcia v. Department of State


-Member of the Albany-Colonie Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
-Judge Advocates Association
-Appointed to Committee on Character and Fitness for the State of New York Appellate Division’s Third Judicial District
-Certified by the National Association of Securities Dealers
-Member of the National Association of Securities Dealers arbitration panel
-Active member of the Schoharie County Bar Association
-Member of the Greene County Bar Association
-Member of the New York State Bar Association


-Awarded 2005 Freedom Team Salute by Peter J. Schoonmaker, General of the United States Army, and Francis J. Harvey, Secretary of the Army
-Awarded Meritorious Service Medal


-Lifetime Member of the Disabled American Veterans Association
-Deputy Chief of Law Enforcement, Schenectady County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals


Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Rinckey retired from the East Meadow, NY Fire Department, where he served as a Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician.

State University of New York - Albany
Touro College
J.D. | Law
Hofstra University
Professional Experience
Managing Partner
Tully Rinckey PLLC
- Current
Judge Advocate General
United States Army
Articles & Publications
A Guide To Obtaining A Medical Discharge From The United States Armed Forces
A Guide to Suing The Department of Veterans Affairs For Medical Malpractice
Strategies for Military Criminal Defense: Leading Lawyers on Understanding the Military Judicial System, Constructing Effective Defense Strategies, and Navigating Complex Cases
West, Aspatore Books
Federal judge orders immediate halt to 'Don't Ask, Don't tell' ban on openly gay troops
New York Daily News
Fort Hood trial will highlight the Military justice system
National Law Journal
How to manage poor performers
Federal Times
Maintaining a Security Clearance is a Valuable Asset for Veterans in Today's Job Market
Veterans Today
Know Your Employment Rights Under USERRA
Veterans Today
Speaking Engagements
Veteran Business Legal Issues, Veterans in Economic Transition Conference, Albany, NY
Discussion of various labor-related issues veterans and veteran owned businesses face in the private sector, including maintaining a security clearance and obtaining a facility clearance, USERRA issues, bid disputes and contact disputes, when to call an attorney in regard to a contract dispute with a government agency, how to hire an attorney and how to effectively work with an attorney to solve your legal issues.
Employment Policies To Protect Your Business, Veterans in Economic Transition Conference, Albany, NY
Session discussed what you need to know to protect your business against employment related litigation and how to handle employee workplace situations so they do not lead to employer liability.
Business-to-Nonprofit Partnership Award
Stakeholders Inc.
AV Preeminent Rated
Super Lawyers
Thomson Reuters
Super Lawyers
Thomson Reuters
Freedom Team Salute
Department of Defense
Meritorious Service Medal
U.S. Army
Professional Associations
New York State Bar Association Committee on Veterans
Greene County Bar Association
Judge Advocate's Association
National Association of Securities Dealers
Member, Arbitration Panel
Schoharie County Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
- Current
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
New Jersey
New York
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Employment Law
  • Family Law
  • Military Law
  • English: Spoken, Written
Social Media
Websites & Blogs
Contact & Map
441 New Karner Road
Albany, NY 12205
Telephone: (518) 218-7100