Company: Law Office of Lori M. Comforti
Location: Groton, Connecticut, United States
Christine Conley, Attorney at the Law Office of Lori M. Comforti, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in personal injury law.
An esteemed figure in the legal industry with ten years of professional experience, Ms. Conley currently serves as an attorney with the Law Office of Lori M. Comforti, a personal injury law firm that specializes in workers’ compensation, Social Security disability, and disability appeals. Prior to her current appointment, she was an attorney with Murphy and Beane, an assistant clerk with the Hartford Superior Court, and a law clerk representing injured members of the American Postal Workers Union.
Alongside her professional endeavors, Ms. Conley also acts as a moderator and representative for town meetings in the Town of Groton, CT, since 2011. She has further served as an arbitrator of personal injury matters in the New London Superior Court. Notably, she was previously elected as the State Representative for the 40th Assembly District in November 2016.
In preparation for her illustrious career, Ms. Conley sought formal education, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in legal studies from Bay Path University. She followed this accomplishment with a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Western New England University in 2007. She has since become a board certified workers’ compensation specialist and has been admitted by the Connecticut Bar Association. Ms. Conley has also been admitted to practice law in the State Courts of Connecticut and Appellate Courts of Connecticut, as well as by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Workers’ Compensation Commission, Mohegan Sun Workers’ Compensation Commission, and Mohegan Gaming Disputes Court.
Attributing her success to networking, her relationships with other legal professionals, her hard work ethic, and perseverance, Ms. Conley aspired to become a lawyer from a young age, the process being a natural progression for her. Looking toward the future, she hopes to continue excelling as an attorney with her firm and expanding the practice into an even more successful enterprise than it is today.
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