Eric S. Larson – Associate
Attorney Eric S. Larson joined Cramer & Anderson in May 2018 as an Associate with a focus on Civil Litigation.
He’s passionate about building a practice as a litigator, which he identified as his strength while excelling in prestigious moot court and mock trial competitions while at the University of Connecticut School of Law, including the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.
Attorney Larson’s guiding principle is ensuring clients’ interests are as thoroughly represented as possible. When that involves litigation, he relishes all aspects of the process, from discovery and depositions to evidentiary hearings, choosing jurors, and presenting a case in an adversarial setting.
In addition to experience serving as a Law Clerk for Connecticut firms, Attorney Larson also played a research and documents review role in a complex financial compliance case as an intern for the Connecticut Attorney General’s office. The case involved the Royal Bank of Scotland and its role during the financial crisis of 2008.
Attorney Larson’s affinity for representing clients’ interests was also honed during his tenure as President of the Student Association at Binghamton University. In addition to managing student organization services, he managed the finances of nearly 300 student groups with a collective budget of $2.3 million. He also led the initiative to legally incorporate the Student Association and represented the student body in negotiating contracts and policies with the university administration.
A native of the greater Buffalo, N.Y., area who was a radio DJ and talk show host during college, Attorney Larson lives in Bristol, Conn., where he has spent two years of weekends on a project involving the demolition and ground-up reconstruction of a family cabin on a lake in the Forestville section of town.
- Binghamton University, SUNY, Binghamton, N.Y., (B.S., 2014)
Financial Economics major, minor in mathematics
- University of Connecticut School of Law, (J.D., 2017)
- Admitted to the Connecticut Bar, November 2017
- CALI Excellence Award in Trial Advocacy, UConn School of Law
- Champion and Best Individual Advocate, UConn Alva P. Loiselle Moot Court Competition.
- Best Individual Advocate, UConn Davis Mock Trial Competition
- Competitor, Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition