Robert L. Marconi
Assistant Attorney General, State of Connecticut
Robert L. Marconi, an adjunct instructor for the University of Connecticut School of Law, serves full time as an assistant attorney general for the State of Connecticut. His major duties include representing the Connecticut Siting Council and the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority. During the course of his service in the Office of the Attorney General since 1991, Marconi also represented the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Transportation. He also prosecutes consumer crimes.
Marconi is a veteran of the United States Air Force. He served on active duty for four years as a captain and judge advocate (military lawyer). He then served another 24 years in the U.S. Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard, retiring as a lieutenant colonel.
Marconi also served as an elected member and chairman of the Town of Brookfield, Connecticut, Zoning Board of Appeals. He is a graduate of Yale University with a BA in Political Science, Georgetown University with an MA in Government, and the University of Connecticut School of Law with a JD and an LLM in Energy & Environmental Law, with honors. With his background, Marconi created the Connecticut Administrative Law course and first taught it in the Spring 2020, and continues to teach the course.
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