Charles D. Lohrfink, Jr.
Chuck Lohrfink has been litigating complex civil cases since he joined the firm in 1979. He was the firm’s youngest associate at that time. Today, 35 years later, Chuck is the Senior Managing Partner. His clients are many of the top-rated physicians, medical centers and healthcare providers in the New York metropolitan area as well as many well-known attorneys, law firms and other professional service providers.
Born in Yonkers, New York, where he grew up and attended public schools, Chuck thereafter attended Georgetown and majored in Government. He was a four-year member of Georgetown’s varsity tennis team, which he captained in 1975. Attending Georgetown was, in many ways, a life-changing event for Chuck, who became the first member of his family to graduate from college.
Following graduation from Georgetown, Chuck returned home and attended St. John’s University School of Law. He graduated law school in 1978 and immediately went to work as an Assistant Attorney General in the Office of the New York State Special Prosecutor, which at that time, was led by current U.S. District Court Judge, John F. Keenan.
While working in the Special Prosecutor’s Office and prosecuting cases in Westchester County, Chuck was introduced to Edgar Campbell, who referred him to his friend, Donald Mead, the Senior Partner of the law firm of Mead, Dore & Vouté, the predecessor firm to Vouté, Lohrfink, Magro & McAndrew, LLP – the firm he heads today.