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In September of 1962, Kevin W. Conway and Francis T. Londregan formed a partnership for the practice of law. Since that date, Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C. has established a broad and extensive base of loyal clientele, with attorneys who dedicate themselves to the delivery of quality professional services within reasonable fee structures.
The firm departmentalizes practice areas, with each attorney focusing on select practice areas. Since some practice areas of our attorneys overlap, we are able to handle complex matters such as complex litigation and commercial transactions. We have an extremely well trained and dedicated staff of paralegals who assist the attorneys in handling both simple and complex matters. We employ the latest technology to give our clients the highest quality legal services available.
Clients range in size from individuals and small businesses to municipalities, large corporate lending institutions, and large corporations. Regardless of the client size, personal attention is the firm's hallmark. Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C. possesses the experience and expertise to address complex legal problems through various specialized departments.
Our attorneys have been involved in some of the most significant legal issues in Connecticut. We often handle high-profile cases that have been reported nationally and internationally. Our attorneys have successfully argued cases at the Connecticut Appellate Court, Connecticut Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
The firm believes in the importance of giving back to the community that supports it. To this end, the firm contributes freely and willingly to the community in many ways. It delivers pro bono services where warranted. The members of the firm are actively engaged in several non-profit organizations including, but not limited to, Mystic Community Center, Mystic and New London Lion's Clubs, New London Rotary Club, American Red Cross, YMCA, American Cancer Society, Saint Bernard High School, New London Public Library, Garde Arts Center, Habitat for Humanity, Housing Opportunities for People, Inc. (HOPE), Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut, Catholic Charities, Chamber of Commerce, and Three Rivers College Foundation.