Tuesday, November 26, 2013 | by DOUGLAS S. MALAN | The Connecticut Law Tribune
It started about 14 years ago, when Gary Hamilton was a soon-to-be-father of twin girls, and he wanted to be ready. "I figured I would need a decent camera to take pictures of the kids," said Hamilton, a research attorney with the Connecticut Judicial Branch.
Thursday, September 19, 2013 | by DOUGLAS S. MALAN | The Connecticut Law Tribune
Last summer, Rocky Hill attorney Daniel S. Blinn spoke on Connecticut public radio station WNPR with news that surprised some people: He doesn't believe in God. Blinn, who is a religious humanist, was part of the public radio station's discussion of the rise of non-believers in America and how their particular movements are gaining wider acceptance across the country.
Thursday, August 22, 2013 | by ROBIN DeMERELL PROVEY | The Connecticut Law Tribune
After a long, hard day at the office, Stamford lawyer Audrey Medd loves to settle into her large arts and crafts room and make notebooks ? using recycled boxes of everything from Cheerios to Friskies and Milk-Bone.
Friday, August 16, 2013 | by DOUGLAS S. MALAN | The Connecticut Law Tribune
When furnishing her home, attorney Olia Yelner struggled with the typical homeowner problems of finding the right piece of furniture for her space. She grew frustrated shopping in the popular retail stores that didn't stock what she needed and seemed to carry only foreign-made products.
Friday, August 9, 2013 | by CHRISTIAN NOLAN | The Connecticut Law Tribune
After a long day at the office or in court, many a lawyer has been known to go out and grab a cold beer at a local establishment.
Friday, July 26, 2013 | by DOUGLAS S. MALAN | The Connecticut Law Tribune
Jessie A. Gilbert spends her days handling legal matters involving estate planning, probate, family law and taxes. She's also been known as a queen, an evil nurse and a ditzy nun, to name just a few of her alter egos.
Friday, July 19, 2013 | by MICHELLE GOLLADAY | The Connecticut Law Tribune
Ned McMahon is hanging up his cleats after 10 years of coaching soccer, six of which he spent at the helm of a girls' travel team called the Trumbull Strikers.
Wednesday, July 3, 2013 | by MICHELLE GOLLADAY | The Connecticut Law Tribune
For some, sitting still is a foreign concept. Such is the case with attorney David Bondanza, who in addition to his law practice spends 60 to 80 hours per month as a volunteer emergency medical technician in Canton, Conn.
Thursday, May 23, 2013 | by MICHELLE GOLLADAY | The Connecticut Law Tribune
Chester and Joan Fairlie have been married for 39 years. But in some ways, their spiritual journey is just beginning.
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Thursday, May 16, 2013 | by MICHELLE GOLLADAY | The Connecticut Law Tribune
Robinson & Cole senior associate Alaine C. Doolan was inducted into the Connecticut Corporate Mentoring Hall of Fame for her work with the Truancy Project of Connecticut, an initiative in which volunteers from the legal community work with frequently absent students several hours per month for one year, serving as legal advocates, problem-solvers and role models.