150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Campbell D. Barrett

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Pullman & Comley, LLC

Contact Information

Primary
90 State House Square
Hartford CT 06103-3702
Work (860) 424-4353
Fax (860) 424-4370


Practice State

Connecticut

Emphasis

Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation

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Counties

  • Fairfield, Connecticut
  • Hartford, Connecticut
  • Litchfield, Connecticut
  • Middlesex, Connecticut
  • New Haven, Connecticut
  • New London, Connecticut
  • Tolland, Connecticut
  • Windham, Connecticut

Education

BA - Trinity College (Hartford, CT) JD - American University (Washington, DC)

Legal Organizations

Co-Chair, Family Law Committee, Hartford County Bar Assn. (2005 to present); Co-Chair, Family Law Committee, Connecticut Bar Assn. Young Lawyer's Section (2000 to 2003); Member, Executive Committee, Connecticut Bar Assn. Family Law Section (2000 to 2011); Board of Directors, Connecticut Children's Law Center (2009-2011); Adjunct Instructor, University of Connecticut School of Law (2006); Barrister, Oliver Ellsworth Inn of Court (2000 to 2003).

Awards

Judge Maxwell Heiman Memorial Award, Hartford County Bar Assn. (2005); James Cooper Fellow, Connecticut Bar Foundation (2005 to present); New Leader of the Law (Development of the Law), Connecticut Law Tribune (2002); Connecticut Super Lawyers (2010 to 2015); Top 50 Connecticut Super Lawyer (2015); Special Master, CT Judicial Branch (2000 to present).

CLE Presentations

Annual Review of New Developments in Family Law, Connecticut Bar Assn. Annual Meeting (2008 to 2014); Family Law Review, Hartford County Bar Assn. (2005 to 2016); Family Law Case Review, Connecticut Counsel for Non-Adversarial Divorce (2014 to 2016); Dissolution: Process and Procedure, National Business Institute (March 2016); Child Custody and Visitation Rights, National Business Institute (March 2016); Shared Legal Custody: Should There be a Presumption, AFCC/AAML Conference on Advanced Issues in Child Custody: Evaluation, Litigation and Settlement (Washington DC) (November 2015); As judges See It: Top Mistakes Attorney Make in Family Court, National Business Institute (November 2015); Battle of the Experts: A Look into What Causes the Differences in the Valuation of a Closely Held Business, Connecticut Legal Conference (June 2015); Family Law Ethics, National Business Institute (March 2015); Divorce Litigation, National Business Institute (August 2014); Legal Update - A Year in Review, National Business Institute (March, 2014); Discovery in Divorce, National Business Institute (March, 2014); Joint Custody:  A Legal Primer, AFCC - Connecticut Chapter Annual Meeting (April, 2013); Advanced Family Law: Navigating Complex Asset Cases, National Business Institute (March, 2013); Advanced Child and Spousal Support Issues, National Business Institute (March, 2013); Children and the Law: An Overview of the Seminal Connecticut Cases and Statutes-Connecticut Counsel for Non-Adversarial Divorce (December, 2012); Laying Out Limited Scope Representation-InPractice Conference, Hartford County Bar Assn. (May, 2012); Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements in Connecticut-Hartford County Bar Assn. (February, 2012); The Top Ten: Family Law Essentials for Experienced Practitioners- Connecticut Bar Assn. (January, 2012); Sexual Abuse Allegations in Family Cases-Connecticut Bar Assn. (November, 2011); The Evolution of Same-Sex Marriage in Connecticut-Wesleyan University (May, 2011); Mickey and Maturo: How Much is too Much?-Hartford County Bar Assn. (June, 2010); The Legal and Tax Aspects of Same-Sex Relationships-Connecticut Bar Assn. (February, 2010); After Kerrigan: The Expansion of Same-Sex Legal Rights-Connecticut Bar Assn. (June, 2009); Navigating the Minefield of Family Law Appeals-Hartford County Bar Assn. (June, 2004); International Child Abduction under the Hague Convention-Hartford County Bar Assn. (December, 2001).

Author

Same Sex Marriage: The Legal and Psychological Evolution in America (Wesleyan University Press) (2006) (Co-Author); A Practical Guide to Divorce in Connecticut (MCLE) (2013) (Editor); The Definition of Property, A Practical Guide to Divorce in Connecticut (MCLE) (2013); Agreements, Connecticut Family Law (LexisNexis) (2013); Are Expectancies Still Expectancies? Court Rulings Could Alter Landscape in Property Distribution Cases, Connecticut Law Tribune, Vol. 42, No. 3 (January 18, 2016); Gennarini: What Does it Really Mean? Connecticut Family Lawyer, June 2007, Issue 2, Page 6; Developments in Connecticut Family Law: 2008 and 2009, 84 Conn. B. J. No. 2, page 95 (2010); Developments in Connecticut Family Law: 2010, 85 Conn. B. J. No. 4, page 333 (2012); Prenuptial Agreements Before Crews 1980-2007: An Unpredictable Landscape, Connecticut Family Lawyer, June 2012, Issue 1, Page 1; A Case for a Clear and Predictable Standard in the Enforcement of Nuptial Agreements, Connecticut Family Lawyer, June 2012, Issue 1, Page 2.

AAML Chapter

Board of Managers, Connecticut Chapter (2013-2016). Treasurer, Connecticut Chapter (2015-2016). Chair, Amicus Curiae Committee, Connecticut Chapter (2014-2016)

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