Because I was interested in the big questions, I studied philosophy as an undergraduate at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Then, like so many other philosophy majors, I graduated, took a look around, and realized I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with my degree.
As I considered my options, I decided to work as a paralegal and determine whether I had the same interest in law as my father — who, as you may have guessed, is an attorney himself. I learned a lot while exploring law, and moved on through law school and the bar exam. After passing it on the first try, I needed no further convincing that I had indeed found the path I was meant to pursue.
The Focus of My Practice
After law school, it did not take me long to find my niche in civil litigation. This area of law can mean a lot of different things, so let me clarify that in my practice, I have narrowed my focus to include business disputes, breach of contract cases, collections, commercial matters, and the enforcement of judgments. And, in case you’re wondering, I work with both businesses and individuals in resolving these matters.
The best days at work, for me, are the days when I can help someone solve a problem.