Raymond Dague, ESQ.
Serves as Chancellor of The Missionary Diocese of CANA East.
Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1978,
Syracuse University College of Law
Associate editor of the Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce
Certificate in International Legal Studies
Honors include the Justinian Honorary Law Society
Bachelor of Arts with distinction in 1975 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison
ADMISSIONS TO LAW PRACTICE
New York State Bar Admission in 1979
Federal Northern District of New York in 1979
Federal Western District of New York in 1980
Federal 2d Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City in 1986
United States Supreme Court in 1996
Raymond Dague has his office in downtown Syracuse, New York at Suite 620 Empire Building, 472 South Salina Street, Syracuse, New York 13202 within walking distance from the Onondaga County courthouse and the federal courthouse. He has practiced law continuously in Syracuse since his admission to the New York bar in 1979, and has had his own law office since 1981 in a general practice covering many areas of law which individuals, families, churches, and small businesses encounter in our society. His practice includes church law, not-for-profit corporations, business law, real estate closings, litigation, bankruptcy, trusts, estates and wills, elder law, guardianships, adoptions, personal injury, criminal defense, traffic violations, and religious freedom defense. He has tried jury and non-jury cases in all of the city, state and federal courts in Syracuse and the surrounding area, and has filed and argued appeals in the supreme court appellate division. He has served as a special criminal prosecutor by appointment of the chief county court judge of Onondaga County.