Connecticut Super Lawyers Articles

Crosscourt Shot

Family lawyer and U.S. Open mainstay Richard Kent has written three tennis books

Dedicated Duo

How Meghan Freed and Kristen Marcroft are demystifying LGBT family law

Discovery with Sergei Lemberg

Consumer advocate, Sox fanatic and pickle lover Sergei Lemberg belongs to no political party—but still looks up to President Obama.

Practicality Over Profundity

Land use lawyer Diane Whitney is all about common-sense solutions

Diversity, not Divinity

Rotating careers and keeping true to self launched Don H. Liu

Communicating in Ways No One Else Can

After helping his daughter gain access to education, Howard M. Klebanoff vowed to do the same for other Connecticut children

the Walt Disney Approach

How PI heavyweight Kathleen Nastri learned to simplify her trial arguments

Unimpeachable

Ross Garber is an expert at saving elected officials

The Six-String Solicitor

Peter Bryniczka’s life of funk and family law

A Q&A with Daniel Papermaster

On hosting the Clinton-Dole debate and working with Joe Lieberman for decades

Smack Down!

Jared Bartie controls the mayhem for WWE

Holy de Toledo!

Victoria de Toledo loves a good David v. Goliath case

She Brings Good Things to Light

GE associate general counsel Janine Dascenzo operates at a higher frequency       

The Rough Rider

Hubert Santos thrives on the most difficult of challenges, just like a certain former president

Hanging Their Own Shingles

Not every lawyer gets to stroll into the office at 10 or spend a few hours fishing for striped bass every morning. Then again, not every lawyer takes out his own trash, worries about the firm's cash flow, or plans her next wave of online marketing. We spoke to five young New England lawyers at small firms to see what life is like when you are your own accountant, bookkeeper, secretary, reference librarian, IT consultant and janitor.        

Behind the Stacks at Barnes & Noble

Jennifer Daniels is more than just book smart  

The Epic Poem of David Golub

How one literature lover fights for the little guy—and wins

The Reluctant Lawyer

Willie Dow started out in the Peace Corps and ended up in the courtroom

Freedom Fighters

When Karen Goodrow and Brian Carlow team up, justice happens

The Supreme Thrill

Want to know what it's like to participate in the legal world's version of the Super Bowl? Ask these four

Never-Standing Pattis

Being a top criminal defense lawyer isn’t enough for Norm Pattis—so he bought a bookstore and a farm

Ice Capades

How Paul Bourdeau helped grow the sport of women’s hockey, two players at a time

The Mel Torme of Lawyers

Daniel Klau croons over billable hours

The Angel

Thanks to Cindy Robinson, victims of child sex abuse find the strength to step forward

To Be or Not To Be a Lawyer?

That was Michael Koskoff ’s question. Even Shakespeare would say he made the right decision

Ring Master

Ed Kaufman makes sure no one body-slams World Wrestling Entertainment

To Hell and Back

Derek Gilman dodged bullets in Baghdad, you think figuring out tax policy worries him?

Santa's Causes

Santa Mendoza is a crusader for the disadvantaged, the oppressed and the idea that one day a Hispanic woman could be attorney general

The Big Fish of Family Law

Samuel Schoonmaker literally wrote the law on divorce in Connecticut.His clients, such as Jack Welch, are sure glad he did

Battersby Up!

Norwalk attorney Greg Battersby helps big-league hitters prepare for Pedro

Joe Six-Pack

When it’s time to relax,Kerry Callahan heads to his local pub for his second job: reviewing beer

The Fight Over the Bill of Rights

Michael Stratton battles with the state of North Carolina to protect a client’s right to personal property

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