Originally from upstate New York my youth was influence by older siblings work in law enforcement. Growing up in a law enforcement family my legal future was predetermined. Upon graduating college I began my legal career as a part-time Sheriff’s Deputy, soon moving on to full-time position as local police officer. While working uniform patrol I earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and set my sites on earning a law degree. I moved to Connecticut to attend Quinnipiac Law School. After graduation I worked briefly as a Temporary Assistant Clerk in the New Haven judicial district prior to joining a bankruptcy practice in New Haven. It was here that I learned what being a lawyer means, the profession is about helping people who are in trouble and intimidated by the legal process. After a few years, I had the opportunity of a lifetime and accepted a position with the United States Department of Justice where I remained in government service for twenty-two years.
Licensed to practice in New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts I recently joined Holler as the Escrow Manager.