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His level of compassion is unique. He literally talked me off the ledge during a difficult time. His words to... more
New Haven  John Donald Bowdren

John Bowdren

New Haven, CT Criminal Defense
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Jennifer and I ( client) relationship is tremendous. She is Trustworthy, Responsible, Knowledgeable and kept... more
New Haven  Jennifer Barbara Smith

Jennifer Smith

New Haven, CT Lawyer
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Richard Jacobs and his partner/son made promises they never kept. They never even represented our case even... more
New Haven  Richard L Jacobs

Richard Jacobs

New Haven, CT Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.1
I have never met a lawyer as unprofessional as Bill Cashman. He is unaware of most important facts in the... more
New Haven  William H Cashman

William Cashman

New Haven, CT Family
Avvo rating 6.5
I was getting divorced after almost 25 yrs of marriage. It was a very emotional time for me. Linda helped... more
New Haven  Linda Ann Subbloie

Linda Subbloie

New Haven, CT Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 6.5
My wife and I contacted Benjamin about a landlord/tenant issue. He was very personable, and honestly told us... more
New Haven  Benjamin S Trachten

Benjamin Trachten

New Haven, CT Real Estate
Avvo rating 6.3
I cannot possibly find the words to describe the service that Peter Billings afforded my daughter-in-law, my... more
New Haven  Peter Gilbert Billings

Peter Billings

New Haven, CT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
We hired Peter Billings to represent my sister in law against a child endangerment and neglect case. At the... more
New Haven  Peter Gilbert Billings

Peter Billings

New Haven, CT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0


practicing lawyers in New Haven

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.