Cramer & Anderson welcomes Justin Chan, Allison Noteware, and Brendan Liberti as 2020 summer associates.
They will assist attorneys with research, organizing materials, reviewing documents, preparing exhibits and pleadings, and more.
“Cramer & Anderson is fortunate to be able to work with an accomplished recent law school graduate and two talented future attorneys,” said Partner Ken Taylor. “We’re welcoming back Brendan and Ally, who both served as legal assistants in recent years, and extending a hearty welcome to Justin. We look forward to their impactful work and are committed to providing them with a meaningful experience through the nurturing of the firm’s great mentors.”
Justin Chan, who received his law degree and a Transactional Practice Certificate this spring from the University of Connecticut School of Law, will be spending time in the firm’s Danbury office, as well as working from home.
“I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to work for one of the best firms in the state, and I look forward to practicing law in the county where I grew up,” Chan said in a post on his LinkedIn page.
Chan has served as a legal intern for the Connecticut Urban Legal Initiative, Inc. in Hartford, and for the Office of the Attorney General, where he gained experience in mediation and child advocacy and worked with Assistant Attorneys General on child protection cases at the trial and appellate levels.
Allison Noteware, a student at Quinnipiac University School of Law, has been both an intern and a legal assistant for Cramer & Anderson in the past, drafting legal documentation under the supervision of Partners and collaborating with clients, paralegals, attorneys, and court personnel.
She received her undergraduate degree in legal studies from Western Connecticut State University’s Ancell School of Business, graduating with honors. Noteware, who also served as a business school tutor, and as a Danbury Probate Court clerk’s assistant, will divide her time between the Danbury and New Milford offices.
Brendan Liberati was a Cramer & Anderson legal assistant from June 2018 through May 2019, and began work on a J.D. degree at the UConn School of Law in August 2019. As a summer associate, he will work in the firm’s Ridgefield office.
Liberati received an undergraduate degree from Colgate University, Magna Cum Laude, with a double major in history and political science. He was a member of the Mock Trial travel team, and the Pre-Law Society. In 2017, he interned in Washington, D.C. for New York U.S. Rep. Tom Reed.
Working With Cramer & Anderson
As Connecticut reopens, our attorneys and staff are dividing their time between working remotely and spending time in our offices, while observing proper social distancing measures amid the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Attorneys are available as usual by phone or email, and connecting with clients using technology such as Zoom. For more information, see the firm’s website or call the flagship office in New Milford at (860) 355-2631. Other regional offices are located in Danbury, Ridgefield, Kent, Washington Depot, and Litchfield.