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From left, CLT Bureau Chief Michael Marciano, Attorney of the Year finalists Aaron Bayer, Karen DeMeola (winner) and Thomas Behrendt and CLT reporter Robert Storace at the 2018 Connecticut Legal Awards.

The 2018 Connecticut Legal Awards brightened the Bond Room at the Hilton Hartford Downtown Thursday night, with nearly 200 attendees on hand to celebrate professional excellence, including the 2018 Connecticut Law Tribune award for Attorney of the Year, which went to the University of Connecticut School of Law’s Karen DeMeola.

Michael Marciano

Michael Marciano is the state bureau chief for the Connecticut Law Tribune, an America Lawyer Media publication. He can be reached by email at mmarciano@alm.com or call 646-957-3022.

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