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Lee Marlow represented me in a post-judgment hearing, and he aced an extremely sensitive, difficult situation... more
New Haven  Lee Marlow

Lee Marlow

New Haven, CT Family
Avvo rating 7.4
From beginning to the day of the closing I felt comfortable with Ben handling all the details. I was always... more
New Haven  Benjamin S Trachten

Benjamin Trachten

New Haven, CT Real Estate
Avvo rating 6.3
I originally started with a different attorney. She was unresponsive and did not answer phone calls. As a... more
New Haven  James J Nugent

James Nugent

New Haven, CT Car / Auto Accident
Avvo rating 10.0
I have had a wonderful experience with the Nugent firm. They were very helpful, knowledgeable and understood... more
New Haven  James J Nugent

James Nugent

New Haven, CT Car / Auto Accident
Avvo rating 10.0
John is an honest lawyer. He is realistic and does not mislead his clients. When I got my Dui I insisted we "... more
New Haven  John Donald Bowdren

John Bowdren

New Haven, CT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating No concern
My husband hired Jack O'Donell just to have John Bowdren take my case which he had no knowledge of after... more
New Haven  John Donald Bowdren

John Bowdren

New Haven, CT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating No concern
I hired Ben Trachten to serve as my real estate attorney for the closing of my house in New Haven, CT after... more
New Haven  Benjamin S Trachten

Benjamin Trachten

New Haven, CT Real Estate
Avvo rating 6.3
Hiring Peter Billings for my criminal case was one of the best and most important decisions we have made in... more
New Haven  Peter Gilbert Billings

Peter Billings

New Haven, CT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0

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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.