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.
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.