Nick Vocino – Montgomery Attorney

Nick Vocino, the firm’s founding member and a graduate of Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. Since graduating, Nick Vocino has become an attorney practicing law in the Montgomery, AL area. Nick Vocino and The Vocino Law Firm specialize in personal injury law and have brought in over ten million dollars for their personal injury clients since the firm first launched. Nick Vocino is a member of the Alabama State Bar Association and is a proud father of two daughters.

Nick Vocino works tirelessly to ensure his clients get the justice and compensation they deserve. After witnessing the all too common way accident victims became victims for a second time due to the way their injury claims were handled, Nick Vocino decided to start The Vocino Law Firm and give these victims fair legal representation. Since then the firm has grown and has earned a reputation for stopping at nothing to make sure that their clients are never victimized again.

Nick has a great record of success and is ready to help individuals in Montgomery with their attorney needs.

What it means to be a Lawyer in Alabama

The term lawyer can be applied to a representative of clients, an officer of the legal system, or a public citizen having special responsibility for the quality of justice. The individual is authorized by the court to explain and interpret the law for a client and is legally able to handle matters surrounding the law. Additionally, lawyers are able to appear in court.

A lawyer’s work involves advocating for clients and handling court filings, but their most important duty is to act as an advocate for their clients and work as a representative their clients can trust. Every lawyer in Alabama must have an undergraduate degree as well as a law degree and the individual must also have the moral fitness to practice law. This is determined by a thorough examination and a written test administered by the state Board of Bar Examiners. Once completed, the individual must then get approved by the Alabama Supreme Court.

Attorneys in Alabama follow a strict code of ethics and are bound under Alabama’s Rules of Professional Conduct to operate in an ethical manner. In fact, The Alabama State Bar Association was the first Bar Association in the country to ever adopt a code of legal ethics.