Robert I. Reardon, Jr.

The Reardon Law Firm, PC

Contact

reardonlaw@aol.com

160 Hempstead St.
P.O. Drawer 1430
New London, CT 06320-5638
(860) 442-0444
(860) 444-6445 fax
(860) 912-0444

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Biography

http://www.reardonlaw.com/attorneys/robert-i-reardon-jr.shtml

Boston College, Bachelor of Science in Economics, Cum Laude, 1967

Fordum Univeristy School of Law, Cum Laude, 1970

U.S. Supreme Court; Connecticut Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Military Appeals; U.S. Court of Appeals; Second Circuit; U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of Military Review; U.S. District Court; District of Connecticut; U.S. Claims Court

Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (past President), Connecticut Bar Association, Governor of American Trial Lawyers Association representing Connecticut, New London County Bar Association

Attorney Reardon has practiced law for over 30 years. While his practice has been varied, he has always been recognized for his work as a trial lawyer. He is certified as a Specialist in Civil Trial Law by The National Board of Trial Advocacy; one of about 100 attorneys in Connecticut who have received that distinction. He is known for his work in personal injury and wrongful death litigation, especially relating to complex motor vehicle accidents, product defects and medical malpractice. After practicing law briefly in New London, he was called to service as a Caption in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1971 through 1973, where he prosecuted and defended over 200 contested court martials. After his military service, he returned to the practice of law in the City of New London. In 1985 he was appointed an Attorney State Trial Referee by the Honorable Ellen Ash Peters, Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court. He is the author of "After the Dust Settles- Other Modes of Relief" published in the Advocate. He has lectured at numerous professional seminars and authored many legal journal articles. In 1976, he was the recipient of the American Bar Association Award of Achievement for significant contributions to the legal profession.

Robert I. Reardon, Jr.