Lewis & Lewis Names Partners
Lewis & Lewis is pleased to announce that attorneys Laurie M. Beckerink and John I. LaMancuso have been named partners.
Beckerink is a graduate of Clymer Central School, St. Andrews Presbyterian College and the University at Buffalo School of Law.
She has practiced with Lewis & Lewis for the past five years and prior to that was an assistant district attorney for Chautauqua County. Beckerink represents clients in criminal matters, real estate transactions as well as other litigation matters. Beckerink is the president of the Jamestown Bar Association, a member of the New York State Bar Association and is the Town Justice for the town of Clymer. She is a co-founder of 5&2 Ministry whose mission is to fight childhood hunger in Chautauqua County and is a board member of the Clymer-French Creek Library. She resides in Clymer with her husband and two sons.
LaMancuso was born and raised in Jamestown. He is a graduate of Jamestown High School, Indiana University-Bloomington, and the University at Buffalo School of Law.
LaMancuso advises and represents individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations in a variety of transactional and litigation matters. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Civil Practice Law and Rules Committee and is a member of the board of directors of the Jamestown Bar Association. LaMancuso is also a member of the board of directors of the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County and is the United Way’s 2019 campaign chair.
He resides in Jamestown with his wife and two children.
Since its founding in 1944, Lewis & Lewis has represented thousands of individuals throughout Western New York.
Lewis & Lewis’ 13 attorneys represent clients from the firm’s offices in Jamestown, Olean, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Batavia.