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Edward Trombley, a founding member of Stafford Owens, focuses his legal practice on Municipal Law, Insurance Law, General Litigation, and Medical Malpractice Law.
Mr. Trombley received his Bachelor’s Degree in 1955 from St. Michael’s College, Colchester VT. He then attended Albany Law School of Union University, where he received his Juris Doctorate Degree in 1959.
After serving as the Clinton County Attorney from 1966-1974, he filled the position of Peru Town Attorney from 1974-1978, and Beekmantown Town Attorney from 1983-1989.
Edward Trombley was admitted to the New York, U.S. District Court, and Northern District of New York bar in 1959.