Aaron J. Romano, P.C.
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Aaron J. Romano, Esq.
Attorney Romano graduated from Bard College in New York with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and music.  He then attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, where he was awarded the University of Pennsylvania Award for Public Service and was a recipient of the Equal Justice Foundation Fellowship.  He interned at the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office where he tried many of his own cases.  He was a law clerk for the Honorable Russell M. Nigro of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.  Attorney Romano was also the editor of the University's public interest journal, Hybrid: The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change, and a teacher for the Philadelphia Urban Law School Experience.

After law school, Attorney Romano managed a solo practice in Hartford, Connecticut.  He then moved back to Philadelphia to become a part of the prestigious Defender Association, renowned for producing top trial attorneys.  After his tenure as an Assistant Public Defender, he moved to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and worked as an Assistant Attorney General prosecuting major crimes.  He worked in private practice in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands before returning to Connecticut to manage his firm in Bloomfield.

Attorney Romano has tried over one thousand cases and achieved outstanding results for his clients throughout his career.  He has been a nationally recognized guest lecturer on trial advocacy
and defeating cellular telephone tracking evidence at Continuing Legal Education courses across the country.  He has been specially trained in immigrant rights and has a comprehensive understanding of the impact that criminal convictions can have on non-citizens.

Attorney Romano is a Lifetime Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, a Lifetime Member of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) Legal Committee, a member of the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association, a member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) a member of the U.S. Virgin Island's Bar Association, and serves as legal counsel for the Connecticut NORML chapter.

Attorney Romano is licensed to practice in Connecticut (Federal & State), the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the U.S. Virgin Islands (Federal/Territorial), the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.

You can contact Attorney Romano at: aaronromano@attorneyaaronromano.com.

We are proud to have our office located in the historic Hiram Roberts Mills farmhouse located at 55 Woodland Avenue in Bloomfield, Connecticut.  Hiram Mills was a graduate of Harvard University in 1876 and a partner at the law firm of Chamberlain, White and Mills in Hartford.  According to his obituary, "he had a good reputation in the bar as a thorough and painstaking lawyer and level-headed man."  In addition to being a practicing attorney he farmed the over 100 acres attached to this house.  At Aaron J Romano, PC, we are proud to continue the tradition of providing excellent representation as well as maintaining the historic preservation of this house and farm.
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