Alanna M. Ferrigno


About Alanna

Alanna knew from a young age that she wanted to be an attorney because she loved to problem solve and advocate for others. Growing up working for her family’s small business in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Alanna learned the value of connecting with individuals to better create successful outcomes. After graduating from Lauralton Hall, Alanna attended Fairfield University where she majored in English and History. Alanna later attended Quinnipiac University School of Law. There, she honed her advocacy skills by joining the Mock Trial Society and competing in multiple trial competitions. Alanna’s approach to practicing law is rooted in empathy and understanding. Her excellent communication skills and attention to detail make her a trusted advocate for those she represents.

Alanna enjoys hiking with family and friends, listening to true crime podcasts, and creating mixed media visual art. Alanna grew up in Stratford, where she still lives today. You can find Alanna volunteering at the Barnum Festival of Bridgeport, an organization she has dedicated her time to for many years.

Alanna gained a wide variety of skills and experience while working at her family business, Treeland Garden Center. Working from a young age taught Alanna valuable lessons and instilled the importance of hard work, loyalty, and perseverance – all qualities that carry over into her legal career today. In addition to working at Treeland Garden Center, Alanna was a local karate instructor, instilling core principles of discipline, patience, and humility in her students.

During law school, Alanna worked for law firms in Cheshire and Fairfield, where she assisted with real estate transactions, personal injury claims, and various probate matters. Alanna sat on the Quinnipiac Law Mock Trial Society executive board and competed in four different trial competitions, gaining valuable courtroom experience. Alanna received awards for excellence in oral advocacy and service to the law school.

Quinnipiac University School of Law
Hamden, CT
J.D. cum laude (2023)

Vice President of Public Relations for Quinnipiac Law Mock Trial Society

Fairfield University
Fairfield, CT
B.A. in English cum laude (2020)
B.A. in History cum laude (2020)

Minors in: Judaic Studies, Studio Art, & Women and Gender Studies

Sigma Tau Delta | National English Honor Society
Phi Alpha Theta | National History Honor Society

Connecticut (2023)

Barnum Festival | Parade Float Designer
Barnum Festival | Princess Project Manager

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