Laura A. Goldstein
203-744-2150 (Ext. 3333) phone
LAURA A. GOLDSTEIN is a member of the firm’s Litigation Department, and practices in the areas of Civil Litigation, Labor and Employment, Workers’ Compensation, and Family Law. She joined the firm in 1994 and is admitted to practice in both Federal and State courts. She is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, the Employment Section of the Connecticut Bar Association, the Connecticut Employment Lawyers Association, the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, and the Danbury Bar Association.
Ms. Goldstein currently serves on the Board of Directors of Family and Children’s Aid, and on the Board of Trustees of the C.H. Booth Library in Newtown, CT. She has lectured on the subjects of sexual harassment and grandparents’ rights. Ms. Goldstein has been recognized for her contributions to the community by the Danbury Volunteer Center and was a nominee for the 1996 Danbury Jaycees Distinguished Service Award. In 2013, Ms. Goldstein completed the Quinnipiac University School of Law Center on Dispute Resolution Mediation Training Program. In recognition of her qualifications and experience, Ms. Goldstein has served as a Special master for the Danbury Judicial District, making recommendations regarding settlement to litigants involved in disolution of marriage actions.
Ms. Goldstein resides in Newtown with her husband and son.
- Lectured, Sexual Harassment and Grandparents’ Rights
Honors and awards:
- Nominee, Danbury Jaycees Distinguished Service Award, 1996
Professional associations and memberships:
- Connecticut Bar Association, Employment Section Member
- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
- Connecticut Employment Lawyers Association
- Danbury Bar Association Member
- Family and Children’s Aid, Board of Directors
- C.H. Booth Library Board of Trustees
Collins Hannafin, P.C., has provided quality legal services to clients in the Greater Danbury area for over 50 years. We serve business and individual clients from Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Ridgefield, Redding, Sherman, and Southbury.