Christian A. Mines ’21 has joined Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP as an associate in the firm’s real estate group, working out of the Hartford office.
Kimberly Wilson ’21 graduated on Aug. 13, 2022, from Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Virginia, and was sworn in as a judge advocate and second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corp. She was one of four women sworn in together, a historic milestone for the Marines.
Michael Preato ’21 has joined Minchella & Associates LLC in Middlebury, Connecticut. His practice focuses on commercial and business litigation, including construction, unfair trade practice, trade secret and employment matters, contract drafting and disputes and personal injury matters.
Jonathan Bedosky ’21 and Joan Tsang ’13 recently joined the law firm of Halloran Sage at the firm’s New Haven office. Bedosky handles complex commercial and corporate litigation, insurance law, and municipal property tax matters as a member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution and Labor and Employment practice groups. As a member of the Workers’ Compensation and Insurance practice groups, Tsang represents employers, insurance companies, and third-party administrators on issues related to liability, subrogation, and discrimination claims.
Patrick Kania ’21 was named an associate in Multiemployer Benefit Plans at Reid and Riege, P.C. In this new position, Kania provides counsel to jointly administered, employee benefit fund, advising clients on the practice impact that federal laws and regulations have on their day-to-day operations so they can meet their fiduciary duties.
Emily M. Covey ’21 has joined Hinckley Allen as an associate in the firm’s Corporate & Business group. Covey was a summer associate with Hinckley Allen in 2019 and 2020. Her experience also includes serving as a fellow with the Kalon Law firm.
Jonathan M. Bedosky ’21 has joined Cramer & Anderson as an associate. He will engage in litigation research in varying areas of the law, including construction and contract disputes, as well as transactional work. Bedoksy’s experience includes working as a law clerk with a small firm specializing in property and real estate matters as well as working as a clinical associate with the Connecticut Urban Legal Initiative while in law school.