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Josh Goodbaum was the associate attorney on my case. With Josh Goodbaum's extensive research, knowledge and... more
New Haven  Joshua Ryan Goodbaum

Joshua Goodbaum

New Haven, CT Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 8.8
Attorney Joe and his team provided excellent legal services for me. From the moment you first meet Mr. you... more
New Haven  Joseph D Garrison

Joseph Garrison

New Haven, CT Discrimination
Avvo rating 10.0
I hired Jim Nugent to represent me after I was bit by a vicious dog. My arm was like hamburger meat from the... more
New Haven  James J Nugent

James Nugent

New Haven, CT Car / Auto Accident
Avvo rating 10.0
I am a real estate investor and have used Ben on several of my purchases and sales. His communication... more
New Haven  Benjamin S Trachten

Benjamin Trachten

New Haven, CT Real Estate
Avvo rating 6.3
Donna has supported me and helped through a few long drawn out case. She and her staff went above and beyond.
New Haven  Donna Civitello

Donna Civitello

New Haven, CT Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 8.4
Attorney Altieri was attentive to my case from beginning to end. He was thorough and kept me well informed.... more
New Haven  Brian V. Altieri

Brian Altieri

New Haven, CT Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.1
Linda represented me in my very messy, drawn out divorce. My divorce was extremely complicated in that it... more
New Haven  Linda Ann Subbloie

Linda Subbloie

New Haven, CT Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 6.6
I sent my legal documents as agreed upon in our initial conversation to Mr Hughes. This was 6 months ago. He... more
New Haven  Patrick G Hughes

Patrick Hughes

New Haven, CT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.2

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New Haven, Connecticut is home to the prestigious Yale Law School, an Ivy League university and one of the top schools in the nation.

The college was created by clergymen who were alumni from Harvard. Their goal was to have a college that trained clergy within the 1701 colony.

Before the Civil War, it was against the law to question the Bible or profane the Sabbath.